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Euro coins: Quiz


Question 1: Unlike normal issues, these coins are not ________ in all the Eurozone, but only in the country where the coin was issued.
Legal tenderUnited KingdomIndian rupeePound sterling

Question 2: It is unknown how soon ________ would be added to the map if it becomes an EU member in the next few years.

Question 3: The Netherlands followed suit in September 2004 with ________ making moves to follow in 2005.
SpainBelgiumUnited KingdomDenmark

Question 4: After a successful experiment in the city of Woerden in May 2004, retailers in the whole of the ________ have been permitted to round cash transactions to the nearest five-cent amount since September 2004.

Question 5: ________ is currently in talks to mint its own coin design.

Question 6: The coins, and various commemorative coins, are minted at numerous national mints across the ________ to strict national quotas.
DenmarkGermanyEuropean UnionEuropean Parliament

Question 7: [1] Three ________ which use the euro as their currency also have the right to mint coins with their own designs on the obverse side.
European integrationEuropean microstatesEuropean Free Trade AssociationSchengen Area

Question 8: [5] Also, in 2007, all Eurozone countries issued a near-identical commemorative coin to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the signature of the ________.
European Economic CommunityEuropean Coal and Steel CommunityHistory of the European UnionTreaties of Rome

Question 9: They have a common reverse, portraying a map of Europe, but each country in the ________ has its own design on the obverse, which means that each coin has a variety of different designs in circulation at once.
European Economic AreaEurozoneEuropean integrationSchengen Area

Question 10: There are eight ________ coins, ranging in value from one cent to two euros (each euro is divided into a hundred cents).
EurozonePound sterlingEuropean Central BankEuro


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