Quick facts about
the eurozone
Neven Valev
www.theglobaleconomy.com
Introduction of the euro:
1999 as “virtual currency”
2001 physical implementation
Headquarters of the European Central Bank:
Frankfurt, Germany
President of the European Central Bank:
Mario Draghi
Members of the eurozone:
17
Austria, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta, Estonia,
Netherlands, Finland, Portugal, F...
Members of the EU that are not in the EMU:
10
Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania,
Poland, Roman...
Population of the EMU in 2011:
332.9 million
GDP of the EMU in 2011:
13.1 trillion dollars
GDP per capita of the EMU in 2011:
39,268 dollars
Unemployment rate of the EMU in 2011:
10.4 percent
Government debt of the EMU in 2010
(latest number):
74.1 percent of GDP
For more information on the eurozone:
www.theglobaleconomy.com
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Quick facts about the eurozone

  1. 1. Quick facts about the eurozone Neven Valev www.theglobaleconomy.com
  2. 2. Introduction of the euro: 1999 as “virtual currency” 2001 physical implementation
  3. 3. Headquarters of the European Central Bank: Frankfurt, Germany
  4. 4. President of the European Central Bank: Mario Draghi
  5. 5. Members of the eurozone: 17 Austria, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta, Estonia, Netherlands, Finland, Portugal, France, Slovak Republic, Germany, Slovenia, Greece, Spain, Ireland
  6. 6. Members of the EU that are not in the EMU: 10 Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Sweden, UK
  7. 7. Population of the EMU in 2011: 332.9 million
  8. 8. GDP of the EMU in 2011: 13.1 trillion dollars
  9. 9. GDP per capita of the EMU in 2011: 39,268 dollars
  10. 10. Unemployment rate of the EMU in 2011: 10.4 percent
  11. 11. Government debt of the EMU in 2010 (latest number): 74.1 percent of GDP
  12. 12. For more information on the eurozone: www.theglobaleconomy.com

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