Answering tough online questions in 11 languages

ARTICLE - The change-over to the euro at the start of this year posed numerous challenges not only for banks and businesses across much of Europe but, as the Financial Times investigated on Wednesday, it also posed problems for the team of writers, translators and IT managers responsible for content on the official euro website of the European Central Bank.

To inform the general public about the launch of the new European currency and supply partners such as banks, retailers, travel agencies and

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