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Guides on the EU's common currency, the Euro.
Ireland and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 23:32 CET
Ireland joined the European Union in 1973 and was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
Estonia and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 23:27 CET
Estonia joined the European Union in 2004 and is currently preparing to adopt the euro.
Greece and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 23:20 CET
Greece joined the European Union in 1981, and adopted the euro in 2001 in time to be among the first wave of EU countries to launch euro banknotes and coins on 1 January 2002.
Germany and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 23:11 CET
Germany is a founding member of the European Union and was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
Denmark and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 23:08 CET
Denmark joined the European Union in 1973. It has negotiated an opt-out from the euro and is thus not obliged to introduce it.
The Czech Republic and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 22:59 CET
The Czech Republic joined the European Union in 2004 and is currently preparing to adopt the euro.
Bulgaria and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 22:55 CET
Bulgaria joined the European Union on 1 January 2007 and has committed to adopt the euro once it fulfils the necessary conditions.
Belgium and the euro by EUbusiness — last modified 03 February 2008, 22:49 CET
Belgium is a founding member of the European Union and was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
The euro and the eurozone - guide by EUbusiness — last modified 24 December 2007, 00:31 CET
Background information on the euro and the euro area, or eurozone.
EU Stability & Growth Pact by EUbusiness — last modified 24 August 2006, 20:15 CET
The European Union Stability and Growth Pact is the EU's answer to concerns about the continuation of budgetary discipline within Economic and Monetary Union.
Euro facts and figures by EUbusiness — last modified 24 August 2006, 18:10 CET
Euro-zone countries share a common European currency, the euro. They have locked the exchange rates of their national currencies to the euro, and share a single interest rate.
Euro facts and figures by EUbusiness — last modified 28 December 2011, 13:02 CET
Euro-zone countries share a common European currency, the euro. They have locked the exchange rates of their national currencies to the euro, and share a single interest rate.