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    Learn what happened in the European debt crisis. It became a heated argument between the hawks and doves who argued the merits ...
  2. Why doesn't England use the euro?

    Understand why the United Kingdom has opted to not join the eurozone in adopting the euro over the pound sterling as its ...
  3. When and why did the euro make its debut as a currency?

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