Euroland


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Euroland

(ˈjʊərəʊˌlænd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for Eurozone
Translations

Euroland

[ˈjʊərəʊlænd] Nzona f (del) euro, territorio m (del) euro

Euroland

euroland [ˈjʊərəʊlænd] nEuroland m

Euroland

n (inf)Eurozone f, → Euroland nt (inf)
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The professional politicians are failing to convince us that the EU's over-centralised euroland policy needs us, as a nation dependent on our freedom to trade, to have open borders, to subsidise to foreigners, and to obey directives written by competitors.
The end of recession in the Euroland and China's stabilising economy contributed to this global improvement.
Additionally, Born manages the Allianz Euroland Equity Growth and Allianz Continental European funds.
As Euroland will be such a huge success, more people will visit.
The Turkish company Sutas bought the bankrupt milk company Swedmilk, as well as Euroland, a cow farm owned by Trifun Kostovski, for 4.
Sleep may become a precious commodity if Euroland becomes disorderly; such an outcome would be testing for all.
In respect to the financial crises underpinning the Euroland Countries, whereas German Chancellor Merkel wanted to modify the Lisbon Treaty in order for Euroland Countries to establish a Fiscal Union, David Cameron wielded an effective veto by voting against the proposal which required unanimous support by all 17 Euroland Countries.
Instead, the outlook was framed by debt crisis issues in Euroland.
The 17-strong euroland may then go on to set new rules - such as a financial transactions tax - which could affect Britain even though we would have no say on them.
Ironically, the only way to save the useless Euro is for Germany to allow the European Central Bank to become lender of last resort and flood Euroland with printed money.
MENTION problems in Euroland and we all indulge (if we can stay awake) in a mixture of "told you so" and "ho ho ho".
The euro continued to face selling pressure in the wake of debt woes in Greece and a few other euroland economies.