Will the Dollar Play Second Fiddle?

March 1999
Financial Executive;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a survey of European business leaders concerning the euro and the American dollar. It states that around 50 percent of executives in Belgium, Spain, and the Netherlands believed that the euro would be more valuable than the American dollar within 20 years, while 53 percent of business leaders in Great Britain doubted the euro would ever replace the dollar.


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