as this name is already familiar as the acronym for the existing European Currency Unit
, and has a long history as a monetary denomination in its own right (it was the name of a coin minted in Continental Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries).
25 billion in European Currency Units
, which were convertible to a dollar value between $1.
From now until December 31, 1992, the insured must have a minimum of 500 employees, annual sales of or exceeding 24 million European Currency Units
(ECUs) and a balance sheet showing a minimum reserve of 12.