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евро  Bulgaria

ευρώ  Greece
euró  Hungary
eoró  Ireland
eiro  Latvia
ewro  Malta
evro  Slovenia
euras  Lithuania

Banknotes Coins
Banknotes Coins
ISO 4217 code EUR (num. 978)
Central bank European Central Bank
Official user(s)
Unofficial user(s)
Inflation -0,3%, September 2009
Method HICP
Pegged by
Symbol Euro symbol.svg
Nickname The single currency[16]
Plural See Euro linguistic issues
Freq. used 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cent, €1, €2
unless otherwise stated as rarely used
Rarely used 1 and 2 cent
(applies to Finland and Netherlands)
Freq. used €5, €10, €20, €50, €100
Rarely used €200, €500

Euro ni oruko-owo Egbe Irepo Europe. Ami owo euro je €.

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Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. By UNMIK administration direction 1999/2 (see [1])
  2. By an internal act (references missing)
  3. Alongside Zimbabwean dollar, U.S. dollar, Pound Sterling, South African rand and Botswana pula
  4. Except northern Cyprus that uses Turkish lira
  5. Including overseas departments
  6. Except Campione that uses Swiss franc.
  7. Metropolitan only. Overseas kingdoms uses the Netherlands Antillean guilder or US-Dollar.
  8. By monetary agreement between France (acting for the EC) and Monaco [2]
  9. By monetary agreement between Italy (acting for the EC) and San Marino [3]
  10. By monetary agreement between Italy (acting for the EC) and Vatican city[4]
  11. Andorra started negociating an Treaty with the EC for becoming a State with issuing right in 2003, Treaty were signed 2013.
  12. By the third protocol to the Cyprus adhesion Treaty to EU and British local ordinance (see [5]).
  13. By agreement of the EU Council (see [6]). Mayotte will become an integral part of France, and hence the EU and the Eurozone, in 2011 then becoming a French department with a 20 year transitional period.
  14. 14.0 14.1 Will be legally party of the EU (and hence Eurozone) with the enforcement of the Treaty of Lisbon
  15. By agreement of the EU Council (see [7])
  16. Official documents and legislation refer to the euro as "the single currency".
    "Council Regulation (EC) No 1103/97 of 17 June 1997 on certain provisions relating to the introduction of the euro". Official Journal L 162 , 19/06/1997 P. 0001 - 0003. European Communities. 1997-06-19. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
    This term is sometimes adopted by the media(Google hits for the phrase)

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