The Euro 50 Group Roundtable: The monetary dimension of
 European enlargement

As the European Union embarked on enlargement to Central and Eastern European countries scheduled for 2004, everyone was aware that the European Community would find itself at a crossroads and that it would face serious challenges. The convention, which has been given the task of making p roposals for internal reforms, finds its "raison d'etre" in questions concerning the changes ahead.

Against this background, the steering committee of the "Euro 50 Group" decided to focus its conference of July

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