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euro

the European currency unit, a single currency for certain members (not the UK at the time of writing) of the EUROPEAN UNION. It represents progress towards economic and monetary union. The currency is managed by the EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK.
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Last Friday, it fell more on a report that Greece wanted to exit from the euro currency.
Political coordination must be better continued and coordinated," Merkel told a news conference with Italy's Silvio Berlusconi, adding that sustainable growth and competitiveness were the best way to keep the euro currency stable.
Meanwhile, economists have warned that the current economic crisis is a serious threat to the euro currency.
Average pre-tax prices for vehicles in euro currency countries rose by 3.
Smaller specialty stores waited until the last minute to upgrade their systems to accept the Euro currency and larger format food stores improved their technologies to better compete with Wal-Mart's european operations.
Well, his program includes abolishing the income tax, measures against illegal immigration, withdrawal of France from both the European Union and the new euro currency, and opposition to abortion.
ALTHOUGH the euro currency is the future for Britain I cannot see a referendum being won in the near future.
However, many consumers have given their coins to charities rather than pay with a mixture of Irish coins and euro currency, said Ailish Forde at independent lobby group RGDATA.
Internet payment processing company WorldPay has conducted a survey across 35 countries looking into the attitudes of the public towards the new euro currency.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-4 January 2002-Few hitches in Finland's euro currency introduction (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
In addition, compliance with the new euro currency standards was looming.
The South African Mint fought off heavy international competition to clinch a contract to supply low-denomination euro currency coin blanks to several European countries.