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- International perspective: Structural changes and the integration of Europe. Rybczynski, T.M. // Business Economics;Jan1993, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p25
Describes the Maastricht proposals for monetary union and examines the degree to which various countries meet the necessary criteria for a union. Projected emergence of a group of countries that will increase their interdependence; Financial storm in the foreign exchange markets in the fall of...
- The EMU: Should the U.S. Worry? Buluswar, Murli D.; Nataraajan, Rajan // American Business Review;Jan1996, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p67
Accordingly, this paper has a twofold purpose. The first purpose is the evaluation of the costs and benefits pertaining to EMU and then determining whether there is a good economic argument in favor of a common currency for the EU considering that the member countries vary appreciably in their...
- E pluribus EMU? Little, Jane // Regional Review;1998 4th Quarter, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p12
Focuses on the European Monetary Union (EMU). Region's economic success and failure dependent on the EMU; Implications of the EMU to the United States; Efforts by European policy makers to achieve an extra degree of economic and political clout; Possibility of EMU spawning a handful of large,...
- The Euro prepares to take off. Sweeney, Paul // U.S. Banker;Dec98, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p56
Focuses on the launching of the Euro on January 4, 1999 by the European Monetary Union. Opportunities for banks; Costs involved in preparing for the euro; Effects of the euro on European operations of banks.
- INTEGRATION BLUES. Graff, James // Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/29/2003, Issue 51, p20
This article explains that Germany and France seem to think that revving their common engine might be enough to get the European Union back on track after the failure of constitutional talks in mid-December. Both have since called for freezing E.U. outlays at current levels, implicitly...
- Britain's discord on Europe's money. // Nature;2/23/1995, Vol. 373 Issue 6516, p643
Opinion. Focuses on Great Britain's discord about the proposed common currency for Western Europe. Conditions of the Maastricht Treaty; Benefits of common currency; Ignorance of British voters.
- European Monetary Union: Will It Really Contribute to Stability? Neu, C. Richard // Business Economics;Jan2000, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p59
In the long run, European monetary union will almost surely prove beneficial economically and politically--for Europe and probably for the rest of the world. For the next several years, though, monetary union is likely to increase three kinds of risks facing firms doing business with, from, and...
- ICELAND-EU MEMBERSHIP TALKS BEGIN. // Iceland Review;Fall2010, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p11
The article reveals the start of Iceland's negotiations with the European Union (EU) regarding its EU membership at the first intergovernmental conference in Brussels, Belgium.
- Europe: No place for scoundrels. Jacobson, Antony H. // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Apr97, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p4
Opinion. Comments on some British's opposition to the European Union (EU). British opposition's focus on the European Monetary Union (EU); Loss of nation state identity.