THE INFLUENCES OF THE SINGLE CURRENCY ON THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY
Nicolae Moroianu and
Revista Economica, 2012, vol. Supplement, issue 1, 509-514
Monetary policy of a country is usually in the national currency. For an economy that is not part of the euro area but with strong links with the euro area and the central bank has a euro anchor there major influences from the single currency. The mix of measures required for intervention must be considered and influence the direction and magnitude of the single currency.
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