On New Year's Day yesterday, the single European currency, the euro, turned 20.
A week of celebrations are planned across the euro zone. But, looking back, there would seem to be little to celebrate, besides the chronological milestone. Large parts of the 19-nation euro zone are plagued with chronic problems.
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