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the basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union (introduced in 1999)

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6 million euros were materialised during the first quarter and corresponded, among other things, to the capital gains generated by the sale of, Radio Continental, Radio Estereo (both from the ATCO Group), Infonet and the sale of real estate.
Operating profits showed double-digit growth, both in current euros (14.
Fed, the ECB could expect to generate revenues of at least five billion euros per year.
2 million Euros, due to the fact that in 2003 the company benefited substantially from exceptionally high recoveries from its reinsurance treaties.
5 million Euros and a client portfolio that includes Canal+, Kraft Jacobs Suchard, Nestle, Philip Morris, Procter & Gamble and Volvo, it is ranked fifth in the local direct marketing market.
Industry analysts estimate the worldwide conversion to euros may cost more than $100 billion to fix.
E release draws on company's European roots and fast-track implementation record for the coming changeover to the euro
The Dutch central bank could obtain on request re-denomination of Dutch government bonds in its portfolio from euros to florins.
We have over 2,000 bancomats [ATMs] in Austria and most of them haven't been working, do not have sufficient Euros, or have had extremely long lines.
Businesses can also receive Regional Selective Assistance grants denominated in euros where the project is internationally mobile.
The market has established the trading rate between dollars and euros," says Tim Pfister, a lawyer with Reed Smith Shaw & McClay in Princeton, New Jersey.