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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