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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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Taxpayers with European operations should reconsider the transfer pricing systems currently in place in light of the transition to a single European currency.
Market participants viewed the Danish rejection as a blow to the prospects for a single European currency in the foreseeable future.
The new jump by the single European currency came after the European central bank set the euro, on Thursday, at USD 1.
David Cameron said the public poll on July 5 was essentially an "in/out" vote on whether the deeply-indebted country should leave the single European currency.
The single European currency fell to a one-month low of 97.
2003: Chancellor Gordon Brown gave his verdict on Britain joining the single European currency, saying: 'Not yet - but not never.
IN EARLY December,I wrote to the Prime Minister seeking his reasons for refusing to hold a referendum on the single European currency, thereby abandoning his earlier commitment to the electorate to uphold and safeguard the democratic freedom of our nation.
The series of publications aim to contribute to the NFU taking an informed decision and confirm its stance on the contentious and sensitive issue of relinquishing sterling in favour of a single European currency.
Britain has been among the last to get fully into Europe - we should have joined the Single European Currency in 1999.
Until now, there was no single European currency that could fill this role.
The idea was floated by Germany's Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, who said the plan, which would see Europe led by an elected president, went hand in hand with the single European currency.
According to a poll published on January 31, 69% of Britons are opposed to the single European currency.

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