European Monetary Institute: After the fun - the real challenge - Fifteen central bank economists have burnt the midnight oil in Frankfurt, thrashing out the finer details of monetary union. Now it's time to put their plan into action. Goodbye European Monetary Institute, hello European Central Bank. And the battle for influence starts all over again.
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