A new study from the Centre of European Policy shows which countries benefited from the introduction of the euro 20 years ago.
The euro was introduced as the European Union's official currency 20 years ago. However, this monetary transition has helped some countries more than others.
A new study by the Centre of European Policy shows that the euro has resulted in both economic highs and lows.
Germany benefited the most from the currency, gaining €1.9 trillion, while The Netherlands saw the second highest return at €346 billion.
However, not all EU countries have seen such positive results.
Italy lost €4.3 trillion and France lost €3.6 trillion.
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