Re: Euro in 8859 character sets

From: Jonathan Rosenne (
Date: Fri Apr 17 1998 - 18:37:49 EDT

At 08:20 17/04/98 -0700, Keld J|rn Simonsen wrote:
>For the others I think it is not necessary, but I would think that
>given the amount of trade with the EU from countries with Hebrew
>or Arabic as their language - I expect the EU to be one of the biggest
>trade partners there - the Euro sign should be of as much use to them as
>the dollar sign is today.

For foreign trade applications, I find that the traditional currency
symbols are seldom used. The preference is for the 3 letter codes.


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