Should countries in the A.U. have a union currency (like that of the Eurozone)?

Asked by: UtherPenguin
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  • Don't Put All Your Eggs In One Basket!

    We've all heard that statement, and for good reason. On paper this looks like a great idea. One currency, no exchange rate or just less trouble in general. But things don't always work out the way they do on paper! Each country has its own economy and its own way of doing things. If the economy of one fails, it has a direct effect on the other through the value of the currency.

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