What is a Monetary Union?
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A monetary union, also called a currency union, is a group of countries, states, or regions that adopt a common currency.
- The most common example is the monetary union of the states of the United States of America and the 16 members of the EMU.
- A country which joins a monetary union, such as the EMU: