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Definition of "euroland" [euroland]

  • Alternative form of Euroland. (proper-noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "euroland" in a sentence
  • "Assuming of course (4) that Germany, which wants to revise the Lisbon Treaty to apply the new rules EU-wide, and France, which wants nothing to do with a re-opening of the Treaty and therefore wants the fines to apply only in euroland, can resolve their differences."
  • "Baverez also speaks of the problem of Europe's "organized deflation, which has transformed 'euroland' into a desert of unemployment and innovation," the result of Germany's original insistence that the European Central Bank be given as its sole task the prevention of inflation."
  • "Things will appear better in "euroland" soon, and that will give the euro support."