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Monetary and Fiscal Integration (Main Paper, Working Group F)
This paper deals with the expedience and the possibility of creating a currency area, as well as the economic steps by which it may be achieved.
KeywordsExchange Rate Central Bank Economic Integration Monetary Union Currency Area
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