At first, to hold the economic boom, the markka
was revaluated, but as the tide began to turn this started to feed speculations of devaluation.
There are Finnish markka
coins to a value of EUR110m and Finnish markka
notes to a value of EUR170m in Finnish households, according to calculations from the Bank of Finland.
But cash machines will not be spewing out euros until the supply of markkas
has been exhausted.
Between 1972 and 1979, each markka
reduced total [BOD.sub.7] emissions on average 7.0 grams, between 1980 and 1990, only 3.2 grams, and almost none, only 0.6 grams, between 1995 and 1998.
TVO, which operates two of Finland's four reactors, says it would cost between 10-15 billion Markka
(Euro 1.7-2.5 billion) to build the reactor and it would have it ready in 2008-2010.Foratom's support.EU nuclear lobby Foratom hailed the Finnish move as "economically far-sighted and environmentally sound".
(EUR-euro; FIM-Finland markka
; EIP-Irish pound) Convert From To IEP 53.07 EUR 67.38 EUR 101.56 IEP 79.98 FIM 892.90 EUR 150.17 EUR 18.15 FIM 107.91
1991-99 Slovenian tolar, Croatian dinar, Bosnian convertible markka
, Yugoslav new dinar, Macedonian denar, followed by the official adoption of the Deutschmark as parallel currency in Kosovo and Montenegro in 1999.
It had a net income of 1.9m markka
($340,000) on revenue of 18.8m markka
($3.34m) in the year ending February 28, 1999.
Privatization and corporate restructuring, reform of the banking sector, devaluation of the Finish markka
, public and private sector cost-cutting and entry into the European Union all made a significant contribution to Finland's successful repositioning.
Exhibit 1: Fixed Euro Conversion Rates Currency Literacy Country Currency Abbreviation Rate Euroland euro EUR 1 Austria schilling ATS 13.7603 Belgium franc BEF 40.3399 Finland markka
FIM 5.94573 France franc FRF 6.55957 Germany mark DEM 1.95583 Ireland punt IEP .787564 Italy lira ITL 1,936.27 Luxembourg franc LUF 40.3399 Netherlands guilder NLG 2.20371 Portugal escudo PTE 200.482 Spain peseta ESP 166.386
The currencies and monetary operations being merged are the Austrian schilling, Belgian/Luxembourg franc, Dutch guilder, Finnish markka
, French franc, German mark, Irish pound, Italian lira, Portuguese escuda, and Spanish peseta.