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emu

(ē'mū),
Abbreviation for electromagnetic unit.
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Part 2 of the book presents the papers directed at the current issues of the European Monetary Union. Individual papers deal with "Monetary Policy in EMU" (H.
Simply taking the European Monetary Union model and applying it directly to NAFTA countries is not appropriate, however, because of the dissimilar economic and political histories involved and because the current level of economic and political integration is much deeper in Europe than in North America (McCallum 2000).
That said, European monetary union seems to have come at a particularly awkward time, with European unemployment at near record levels.
Given the likely entry into the European Monetary Union at some stage in the next five or six years, the problem will become more acute as interest rates are likely to fall.
Participating countries in the European Monetary Union (EMU) -- a few members of the larger EU haven't signed on -- have agreed to fixed and irrevocable exchange rates against the euro for their national currencies, which will be phased out beginning in 2002.
Relativity's RescueWare software converts Cobol applications into modern languages such as Java, C and Visual Basic, and the company also has Year 2000 and European Monetary Union analysis and remediation tools.
Their skills are in constand demand as firms race to get ready for entry to the European Monetary Union next year - and to take precautions again the millennium bug.
They are being hired by companies sparing no effort, or money, for Ireland's entry to the European Monetary Union at the beginning of next year.
This pessimism contrasted with the relatively positive outlooks for the United States and Europe, with the dollar benefiting from continued low inflation and a strong domestic economy while the mark benefited from optimism toward the European Monetary Union (EMU).
Where's the real savings from the European monetary union - and who can expect to get the lion's share?
companies, the majority of which seem unsure as to how to gauge European monetary union on their business.
But the device they chose, European Monetary Union (EMU), has only contributed to the problems.

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