European Monetary Union in Africa
Introduction: European enlargement generally refers to the inclusion of new states into the European Union’s Treaty area. This article considers instead the enlargement of Economic and Monetary Union into Africa. We know that no part of Africa is in the EU, though Morocco has sought to join, and the island of Mayotte belongs to an EU member state (France) and uses the euro. But the EU’s single currency area is not identical with its monetary area. This article is about EMU beyond the EU itself,...[Show more]
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