Economics book 10 unit 1
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a country located south of Germany and the Czech republic; capital city is Vienna
An island nation of 800,000 dependent on the tourism industry
a nation along the north sea whose capital city is Brussels
A republic located on the Scandinavian peninsula whose capital is Helsinki
has a population just over 64 million people; its capital city is Paris
A federal republic of 82 million people; its capital city is Berlin
located on the Aegean sea due west of Turkey; nation's capital is Athens
Capital city is Dublin; located in the north Atlantic ocean
A boot shaped country of 57 million people; capital is Rome
one of the founding members of the EU as well as its smallest member; capital city is Luxembourg city
This group of Islands has few natural resources, and its capital is Valletta
Located between the North sea and Germany; national capital is Amsterdam
Located next to Spain; population of over 10 million, capital is Lisbon
The capital of this country is Bratislava and is a nation of over 5 million people
Country with a population over 2 million and a well educated work force
a country of almost 40 million located just south of France; capital is Madrid
The largest meteorite ever retrieved from the Earth's surface
American museum of natural history
The largest and most important repository of natural history in the world
New York's oldest span; completed in 1883, was worlds largest suspension bridge
Empire State Building
one the world's tallest skyscraper; it opened in 1931
a religious community of nuns
sustenance of nutrition sold by a grocer
International trading center located in Germany
Name of London's international airport
Territory handed over by the Irtish to China in 1997; still a democratic territory
International trading center located in England
New York City
International trading center located in the United states
International trading center located between Indonesia and Malaysia
Statue of Liberty
A gift of France during America's centennial celebration in 1876
International trading center located in Australia
An Exhibition where companies display their latest products
Public transportation system in London
Gathering of International delegates; head quartered in New York
Capital city of Hong Kong
International trading center located in Switzerland
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Originally, there were ( ) European Union countries and ( ) were part of euroland. Today there are ( ) countries that are part of euroland.
Ireland has a ( ) form of government.
The euro has help ( ) exchange rates.
Traveler within the EU no longer have exchange rate ( ).
The consumer can compare ( ) more easily.
The corporate world has eliminated a lot of extra ( ).
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Over ( ) % of the country of Germany claims no religious affiliation, where almost ( ) % of the people call themselves Protestant, and just under ( )% are Roman Catholic.
Concerns with wild ( ) in the worth of their country's money led some European nations to join in the effort for a unified unit of currency.
Austria squeezes 8 million people into an area smaller than the state of ( ).
European Union finance ministers announced that "E-day" would be on January 1 in the year ( )
In ( ), 98% of the population professes to be Greek Orthodox.
Now ( ) and ( ) companies within the EMU area will enjoy safer business dealings since they no longer have to face exchange rate risks.
Nearly ( )% of the people of Italy claim to be Roman Catholic.
Nearly ( ) of Australia's population settles in Sydney.
The European Central Bank is located in ( ).
The city of ( ) is located in the Swiss Alps.
The capital city of the territory of Hong Kong is ( ).