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In 1999, all of the following nations agreed to adopt the euro as a common currency, except A. Italy. B. Britain. C. France D. Germany
In 1999, all of the following nations agreed to adopt the euro as a common currency, except: BRITAIN.
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In 1999, all of the following nations agreed to adopt the euro as a common currency, except: BRITAIN.
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