Address given by Wim Duisenberg on Economic and Monetary Union (Washington, 26 September 1999)

On 26 September 1999, Wim Duisenberg, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), gives a lecture at the Per Jacobsson Foundation in Washington in which he outlines, in particular, the implications for the European Union and for the global economy of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and of the introduction of the euro, emphasising the role of the ECB in this monetary integration process.

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Source: Per Jacobsson Foundation. [ON-LINE]. [Washington D.C.]: [09.08.2005]. Available on

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