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EU Finance Ministers Meeting

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Sep 11, 2021
EU Finance Ministers Meetings are attended by Finance Ministers from the 28 EU member states. Relevant European Commissioners also participate in meetings. They discuss a wide range of financial issues, such as euro support mechanisms and government finances and are responsible for EU policy in three main areas: economic policy, taxation issues and the regulation of financial services.
Currency: EUR
Source: European Council
EU Finance Ministers Meeting
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EU Finance Ministers Meeting Discussion

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sally farmer
sally farmer Sep 12, 2015 12:23AM ET
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Surely finance ministers worth the title should know how a currency issuing country's operations differ from those of a non currency issuing country not using their own currency at the banking and accounts level. . Here is a link from Warren Mosler for any to gain those insights.. .
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