Carl W. Brown wrote:
> I think that it is an issue since Greece is on of the
> 12 countries that is switching to the Euro in less than 10 months.
This is not really on-topic here, but Greece switched to the Euro
a month and half _ago_ (on January 1st, 2001).
What will happen in 10 months 1/2 is that euros notes and coins will
circulate. And in about one year, the former currencies like Drachma
will disappear from current use.
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