Eurozone

The eurozone - officially called the euro area - is the collective name for all countries which are members of Europe's economic and monetary union. As of 2019, it consists of 19 member states:

As of 1 January 1999: Austria, Belgium, France, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.

Adopted on 1 January 2001: Greece

Adopted on 1 January 2007: Slovenia

Adopted on 1 January 2008: Cyprus and Malta

Adopted on 1 January 2009: Slovakia

Adopted on 1 January 2011: Estonia

Adopted on 1 January 2014: Latvia

Adopted on 1 January 2015: Lithuania

 

 

 

 

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