28/06/2004 Estonia, Lithuania and Slovenia join ERM II
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The ERM II, standing for European Exchange Rate Mechanism II is a system introduced by the European Economic Community. Its goal is to improve stability of currencies of EU countries. At certain point, Estonia, Lithuania and Slovenia joined the ERM II in order to prepare for their entry to Eurozone.
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