CentralBankNet Monday Special Feature

SPECIAL FEATURE - New research carried out by CentralBankNet reveals that if all 10 of the European accession countries are to take up the euro, the Eurosystem will be able to boast some 70,000 central bankers. Published today, 3 February, in the 2003 edition of the Central Bank Directory, these findings show that staffing levels in the Eurosystem - which are already disproportionately high - will reach three times the amount of central bankers in the United States, although it would still have

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