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Unresolved issues on the way to a single currency / John Arrowsmith and Christopher Taylor
Bib ID 1372730
Format BookBook
Author
Arrowsmith, John A. A
 
Description London : NIESR, 1996 
vii, 71 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0952621312
Series

Occasional papers (National Institute of Economic and Social Research) ; 49.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 69-71.

Subjects Treaty on European Union (1992)  |  European currency unit.  |  Currency question -- European Union countries.  |  Monetary policy -- European Union countries.  |  Monetary unions -- European Union countries.
Other authors/contributors Taylor, Christopher T  |  National Institute of Economic and Social Research

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