The new European single currency has been welcomed in this tiny Mediterranean republic.11 January 2002 PODGORICA, Yugoslavia – Even though membership in the European Union remains a distant dream, the Yugoslav republic of Montenegro has adopted the euro as its official currency. The move, tolerated but not encouraged by the European Central Bank, may have […]

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