Euro membership not good for all, study says

According to this article published Monday 26 June, a new report from the CEPR claims Britain and other European economies have little to gain from adopting the euro now.

According to the report Britain, Sweden and Denmark have suffered no loss of trade into the euro area since 1999, but have rather seen their exports to the euro area nations expand.

"In general, the study found that when countries adopt the euro, they import more from both other eurozone states and non-euro states," the

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