EMU: The First Two Years
The Maastricht Treaty provided the blueprint for achieving Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) as a further stage in the process of political and economic integration of the European Union (EU). In order to qualify to participate in EMU, Member States were required to achieve a high degree of sustainable convergence, as laid down in the convergence criteria established by the Treaty.
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