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From euro (currency) +‎ zone

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eurozone

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Eurozone
    • 2013 September 6, Ha-Joon Chang, “The rich have an addiction to bubbles”, in The Guardian Weekly, volume 189, number 13, page 19:
      Greece, Spain, and other eurozone periphery countries could explode any day, given their high unemployment and deepening strains of austerity. In the US, which is considered the home of quiescent workers, the call for living wages is becoming louder, as seen in the current strikes by fast-food restaurant workers.

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