Understanding the Euro: The Clear & Concise Guide to the New Trans-European Economy
The euro is now the official currency of Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain. Its creation ranks as the most important international economic event since the Bretton Woods Agreements of 1944, and it presents enormous challenges and opportunities to businesses worldwide. In this complete Q&A reference guide, economist Christian Chabot provides detailed but plain-English answers to the critical questions that every business professional is asking - and indeed must ask - about the euro and its far-reaching implications.
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