As a follow-up, the president of the European Council is invited to develop, in close collaboration with the president of the Commission, the president of the Eurogroup and the president of the ECB, a specific and time-bound roadmap for the achievement of a genuine Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)," the draft said.
What does EMU stand for?
EMU stands for Economic and Monetary Union (Maastricht Treaty of 1992)
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We have 122 other meanings of EMU in our Acronym Attic
- Epithelial Mesenchymal Trophic Unit (pumonology)
- European Musical Theatres Union (Romania)
- English Majority Text Version (Bible)
- Everyone May Tell You (design company)
- EAP Method Update
- Early Morning Update
- Early Morning Urine
- Eastern Mediterranean University (Turkey)
- Eastern Mennonite University (Virginia)
- Eastern Michigan University
- Economische en Monetaire Unie (Dutch)
- Ekonomska in Monetarna Unija (Slovenian: Economic and Monetary Union; EU)
- Electric and Mechanical Unit
- electric multiple unit (railroad car setup)
- Electrical Motor Unit (train locomotive)
- Electrical Multiple Unit (electrically powered train)
- Electromagnetic Unit(s)
- Electromotive Unit
- Electron Mass Unit
- Electron Microscopy Unit
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Lithuania joined the EU in 2004 and aimed to switch from the litas to the euro in 2007 but it just failed to meet the EU's inflation limit, as set down in the EU's Maastricht Treaty on economic and monetary union.
1) Among the topics examined were the Great Inflation of the 1970s in the United States and the influence of learning, or adjustment of expectations, on policy outcomes; the tradeoffs between rules-based and discretionary monetary policy; the 1999 formation of the European Economic and Monetary Union and whether it altered the degree of economic integration between the United States and the euro area; the potential benefits of greater competition in the euro area; and optimal monetary policy in an international setting.
TOPIC: Progress Toward Economic and Monetary Union DATE/TIME: Friday, March 8, 1996, 2:30-4 p.
West Germany's monetary union with East Germany has not reduced its commitment to EC economic and monetary union, although how soon this will be feasible politically is in question.
The second part, dedicated to topics in differentiation in EU law and policy, focus on the areas of Economic and Monetary Union, the Common Agricultural Policy and EU counter-terrorism following enlargement as well as on the status of Turkish Cypriots in regard to EU citizenship.
Upon accession, the ten countries will join the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) as "member states with a derogation"; their central banks will become part of the European System of Central Banks.
DANISH VOTE ON SINGLE EUROPEAN CURRENCY HEIGHTENS DEMAND FOR MARK Investor sentiment toward the mark shifted abruptly in early June with the defeat of a referendum in Denmark on the Maastricht treaty--a treaty outlining steps toward European union, including economic and monetary union and the creation of a single European currency.