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The European Unit – a Foreign Currency? : A West German Point of View

By Ludwig Gramlich


The author sketches the development and legal status of the European Currency Unit (ECU), the predecessor of today's European single currency Euro, and asks whether from the perspective of (former) German monetary law, this currency unit had to be looked at not as a domestic currency ("Deutsche Mark"), but rather as a foreign one

Topics: EEC member countries, European Currency Unit, European monetary system, Foreign Economic Law, West German Central Bank, official modes of using, private market, ddc:330, ddc:340, Deutsche Bundesbank, ECU
Publisher: Universitätsbibliothek Chemnitz
Year: 2009
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