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The [[President of the European Monetary Institute|leadership]] of the group, (and of its successor, the [[President of the European Central Bank‎|European Central Bank]]) bears out [[Bilderberg Chairman]] [[Étienne Davignon]]'s boast that the [[Bilderberg group]] "helped create the euro in the 1990s."<ref>https://euobserver.com/political/27778</ref>
 
The [[President of the European Monetary Institute|leadership]] of the group, (and of its successor, the [[President of the European Central Bank‎|European Central Bank]]) bears out [[Bilderberg Chairman]] [[Étienne Davignon]]'s boast that the [[Bilderberg group]] "helped create the euro in the 1990s."<ref>https://euobserver.com/political/27778</ref>
 
==History==
 
==History==
The EMI was set up on 1 January 1994 under the [[President of the European Monetary Institute|presidency]] of [[Bilderberger]] [[Alexandre Lamfalussy]] to oversee the second stage in the creation of monetary union.<ref>[http://specials.ft.com/euro/FT3O9H0O2PC.html The history of the euro], Financial Times 2001</ref> On 1 July 1997 Lamfalussy was replaced by fellow Bilderberger (and a member of the [[Bilderberg Steering Committee]]) [[Wim Duisenberg]], who would then go on to serve as the [[President of the European Central Bank|ECB's President]] when the EMI was dissolved on 1 June 1998 and replaced by the [[European Central Bank]] and the [[European System of Central Banks]] as the [[euro]] was launched.
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The EMI was set up on 1 January 1994 under the [[President of the European Monetary Institute|presidency]] of [[Bilderberger]] [[Alexandre Lamfalussy]] to oversee the second stage in the creation of monetary union.<ref>[http://specials.ft.com/euro/FT3O9H0O2PC.html The history of the euro], [[Financial Times]] 2001</ref> On 1 July 1997 Lamfalussy was replaced by fellow Bilderberger (and a member of the [[Bilderberg Steering Committee]]) [[Wim Duisenberg]], who would then go on to serve as the [[President of the European Central Bank|ECB's President]] when the EMI was dissolved on 1 June 1998 and replaced by the [[European Central Bank]] and the [[European System of Central Banks]] as the [[euro]] was launched.
 
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LeaderPresident of the European Monetary Institute

European Monetary Institute was set up to prepare for the establishment of the European Central Bank.

Bilderberg

The leadership of the group, (and of its successor, the European Central Bank) bears out Bilderberg Chairman Étienne Davignon's boast that the Bilderberg group "helped create the euro in the 1990s."[1]

History

The EMI was set up on 1 January 1994 under the presidency of Bilderberger Alexandre Lamfalussy to oversee the second stage in the creation of monetary union.[2] On 1 July 1997 Lamfalussy was replaced by fellow Bilderberger (and a member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee) Wim Duisenberg, who would then go on to serve as the ECB's President when the EMI was dissolved on 1 June 1998 and replaced by the European Central Bank and the European System of Central Banks as the euro was launched.


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