SPECIAL REPORT - Common currency - Whether or not the UK eventually adopts the single currency, C&I companies are already having to factor it into their dealings with European suppliers. Sharon Greaves reports

In January 1999, the euro finally became the official currency of 11 member states of the European Union (EU). Although the UK stood aside on that occasion, and the possibility of entry soon is looking ever-more remote, UK businesses cannot afford to bury their heads in the sand - the euro is coming.

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