Euroland

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Euroland

the geographical area containing the countries that have joined the European single currency
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In other words, very soon Bulgaria will meet all Maastricht criteria for membership in the eurozone.
Moreover, Germany can run an almost unlimited trade surplus vis-a-vis other Eurozone countries because they are all under one currency and those running trade deficits cannot devalue their currencies against the Germans to regain their competitiveness.
I fear that companies, particularly small businesses, are under the impression that it's just another currency, so we'll continue to operate as we've always done unless the UK joins the eurozone,'' said HSBC's head of EMU planning, Margaret Soden.
Meanwhile, inflation in the 17 eurozone countries rose to 0.
The research also asked eurozone businesses how they viewed their country's membership in the euro thus far, with 85% in Germany viewing membership as positive, up from 79% last year.
Compared with November 2012, the number of persons unemployed was nearly stable in both the EU and the Eurozone.
The worst-case scenarios of those who had feared the eurozone would disappear has receded a bit," said Jean-Louis Mourier, an economist at Aurel BGC brokerage.
Finance ministers of the 17-member Eurozone began a meeting here Monday afternoon with the focus on the debt crisis in Greece.
The 16-nation eurozone grew by 1% in the second quarter - up from 0.
The unemployment rate recorded in the Eurozone was 10.
A constraint on the euro's rise to international prominence has been the underperformance of the major eurozone economies (France, Germany, and Italy), and their apparent lack of fiscal discipline, ignoring the Stability and Growth Pact in response to their recent recessions.