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By Matt RosenbergJanuary 20, 2008
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Sir, Not all of the 20 countries Use the Euro
the UK , Denmark and Sweden use thier National Currencies
If you take a look at my list of euro countries, you will see that the ones you mention are not on that list.
Can you let me know what countries, if any, will be converting in 2009?
u guys have no lives. like, seriously.
get a life.
for the sake of humanity.
please can you tell me how many countries use Euro. Thank you
current countries using euro
Sorry, but there are only 12 countries currently using the EURO….
Actually, 24 use it. I live over here and many of you missed some of the smaller countries. This past year, (2008) Malta and Cyprus were added.
Currently using the Euro:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
Bulgaria is not using the Euro! I am Bulgarian and I know it for sure . Romania is not using it either!
africa is in europe and asia is in australia.
you idiot.go back to school.you should be ashamed of yourself
Montenegro has the euro as its official currency due to Germany supporting its banking sector to halt the massive inflation. The euro gave it that stability to recover though it happened with teh German mark originally supporting it. However Montenegro is not shown in teh eurozone on notes or coins
18) San Marino
22) Vatican City
Hey, Matt you did know that 23 coutries use euro. This a not so good webste to be on.
Did you realize that you were commenting on my blog entry from 2008 or did you follow the link from the article to see that my site is up to date with the 23 countries listed?
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