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A history of the Single Currency - 1998

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These video stockshots include pictures from the signing of the Treaty of Rome in 1957 until the Luxembourg Council of December 1997, where the principle of the Euro Council (Euro X) was adopted. The stockshots give an account of the most important events, phases and decisions taken in the history of the European Union, as well as the consequences of the EMU and the creation of a single currency .
- Part I : 1957-1971 «From the Marjolin Plan to the Werner Plan»
- Part II : 1972-1985 «From the Snake to the European Monetary System»
- Part III : 1986-1989 «Towards EMU»
- Part IV : 1990-1994 «EMU - 1st Phase»
- Part V : 1995-1998 «EMU – 2nd Phase»
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Type: Stockshots [long]   Reference: I-026427   Date: 06/02/1998   Duration: 50:29   Personalities: Aldo Moro, Alexandre Lamfalussy, Antonio Segni, Brian Unwin, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Edward Heath, Felipe González Márquez, Francisco Fernández Ordoñez, Franco Maria Malfatti, Frans Andriessen, François Mitterrand, François-Xavier Ortoli, Gaetano Martino, Gaston Thorn, Georges Pompidou, Gerrit Zalm, Giulio Andreotti, Hans van den Broek, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Helmut Kohl, Helmut Schmidt, Henning Christophersen, Jacques Chirac, Jacques Delors, Jacques Santer, Jean Rey, Jean-Claude Juncker, Johannes Linthorst Homan, John Major, Joseph Bech, Joseph Luns, Konrad Adenauer, Lambert Schaus, Lamberto Dini, Lord Francis Arthur Cockfield, Lord Jenkins of Hillhead, Lynda Chalker of Wallasey, Léo Tindemans, Margaret Thatcher, Maurice Faure, Norman Lamont, Paul-Henri Spaak, Pedro Pires de Miranda, Pedro Solbes Mira, Peter Barry, Philippe Maystadt, Pierre Werner, Queen of the Netherlands Beatrix, Raymond Barre, Robert Goebbels, Roland Dumas, Ruud Lubbers, Schelto Patijn, Theo Waigel, Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Walter Hallstein, Willy Brandt, Yves-Thibault de Silguy, roi des Belges Baudouin   Location: Amsterdam,Bremen,Brussels,Brussels - EC/Berlaymont,Brussels - EC/Centre A. Borschette,Cannes,Copenhagen,Denmark,Dublin,Edinburgh - Edinburgh Castle,Frankfurt-on-Main - Messeturm,Hanover,Ireland,Luxembourg [town],Luxembourg [town] - Council,Luxembourg [town] - European Investment Bank,Luxembourg [town] - Grand Ducal Palace,Luxembourg [town] - Plateau of Kirchberg,Maastricht,Maastricht - MECC,Madrid,Madrid - Congress Palace,Palma de Majorca,Paris,Rome,Rome - Capitol,Strasbourg,Strasbourg - EP/Louise Weiss,The Hague  

Tags: European Monetary System , Euro , History of European Integration
© European Communities, 1998   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
Director: Thierry Gravier Dumonceau
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