Eurozone


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Eur·o·zone

 (yo͝or′ō-zōn′)
n.
The countries of the European Union whose official currency is the euro.

Eurozone

(ˈjʊərəʊˌzəʊn)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the geographical area containing the countries that have joined the European single currency
Translations
Eurozone

Eurozone

[ˈjʊərəʊzəʊn] Neurozona f, zona f euro

eurozone

Eurozone [ˈjʊərəʊzəʊn] nzone f euro
in the eurozone → dans la zone euro
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Some Western countries were allowed into the eurozone without meeting the requirements--whether by manipulating the statistical data or by circumventing the requirements or on political grounds.
In April 2008, compared with March 2008, production of capital goods increased by 2% in the eurozone and by 1% in the EU.
The contrast here is even more striking for Germany because other Eurozone countries all enjoyed rapid money supply growth under the same ECB monetary policy.
7 million firms are unprepared for the new currency which is adopted in eurozone countries on January 1.
prime money market fund (MMF) exposure to Eurozone banks rose for the fifth consecutive month although exposures remain well-below previous levels, according to Fitch Ratings.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde urged the eurozone on Monday to fight persistently low inflation, warning that it presents a looming threat to economic recovery in the region.
Without a resolution of this job crisis in Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, the social stability of the Eurozone is likely to come under pressure.
The danger that the eurozone has entered a period of deflation was given added weight as Greece reported its highest deflation since monthly records began in 1960.
UK businesses show a marked lack of support for deeper integration with only 20% behind deeper economic integration, and just 6% supporting closer political ties in the eurozone.
The Eurozone seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 11.
By Edmond Alphandery/ Paris European Union leaders concluded 2012 with a landmark agreement that places all eurozone banks under a single supervisor.
Summary: Reassured by ECB anti-crisis moves, major international investors have begun dipping their toes back into the eurozone, even though they don't believe the crisis is over.