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    hi

    like to understand the EU

    the questions i want to answer is

    why was greece allowed to join the EU as the economy did not meet the economonic criteria for joining.

    why is the UK so keen to join the Euro when
    it appears to be such a dangerous currency for the economy.

    Apart from global businesses who benefits from the EU? i see minimum wage jobs attracting 96 to 100 applications for each job and these are zero hour contracts.
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    (Original post by Reddyfish)
    hi

    like to understand the EU

    the questions i want to answer is

    why was greece allowed to join the EU as the economy did not meet the economonic criteria for joining.

    why is the UK so keen to join the Euro when
    it appears to be such a dangerous currency for the economy.

    Apart from global businesses who benefits from the EU? i see minimum wage jobs attracting 96 to 100 applications for each job and these are zero hour contracts.
    Hi there,

    Try this website to answer the last two questions:

    http://www.petragrade.com/EuropeanUnion
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    (Original post by Reddyfish)
    hi

    like to understand the EU

    the questions i want to answer is

    why was greece allowed to join the EU as the economy did not meet the economonic criteria for joining.

    why is the UK so keen to join the Euro when
    it appears to be such a dangerous currency for the economy.

    Apart from global businesses who benefits from the EU? i see minimum wage jobs attracting 96 to 100 applications for each job and these are zero hour contracts.
    The UK is not keen to join the Euro. In fact we got exemption back in Thatcher's time and it's commonly acknowledged that UK membership of the EU needs to be renegotiated.

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