The State of the Euro
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This paper discusses the European single currency, or the Euro, in full detail. Great attention is paid to the environmental context of its creation, application, and future in regards to the overall European Union. Some detail is given to its printing and who is responsible for its production. Additionally, how it relates to the countries that use it and the ongoing integration of the Euro into the EU member states is also addressed.
From the Paper:"The European Union (EU) has, since its inception, fostered much debate regarding its ultimate success at integrating the political viewpoints and cultures of its initial 15 member states, much less the ability to integrate economically on the back of a single currency. Yet, despite all the debate, the EU finds itself not only functioning but expanding: "European Union enlarges from 15 to 25 members and tries to write itself a first-ever European constitution" (Dale, 2003, para.2). The EU as a political and economic model has its conception in the Maastricht Treaty of 1992 when a union of European states was formalized into the EU; however, the idea of a unified Europe has its roots in the period following World War II when a cohesive European Community was sought to aid in recovery (Harrop, 1998)."
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