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- n. The former currency unit of Germany, now replaced by the Euro, abbreviated as DM or DEM.
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The first is that Germany might "drop" the Euro and go back to the Deutsche Mark.
A paragraph on the Deutsche Mark and I can't focus.
Deutsche Mark, split almost evenly between Financial and
The public never asked for the political Euro project, they wanted to keep the strong Deutsche Mark, not create a Mickey Mouse currency that the politicians wanted.
Euro project, they wanted to keep the strong Deutsche Mark, not create a Mickey Mouse currency that the politicians wanted.
Euro The bailout is precisely the financial millstone that opponents warned about when Germany gave up its treasured Deutsche Mark, a move that a majority of the German people, in contrast to their political leaders, opposed.
I hope the German people like their government who got rid of the all powerful Deutsche Mark for the Mickey Mouse Euro currency, and now face the prospect of bailing out Greece, and potentially the other European PIGS economies.
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