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Six Months Greece
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Wanted to join the EU at first, but failed the economic entry tests. The length of time the euro will be used alongside national currencies before they are phased out.
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Brandenburg Gate and Eagle Five
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The lowest euro note. The national symbol reserved for one side of the euro notes and coins in Germany.
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Euro The Marianne and the Sower
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The national symbol reserved for one side of the euro notes and coins in France. Without having to worry about exchange rates, it will make it easier to trade between countries in Euroland, simplifying things for travelers and making it easier to compare prices across the
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continent.
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China and India Health Care and Crime Prevention
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Categories in which the US still needs to improve. Have larger armed forces than the US, but we have more forces stationed abroad.
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Germany Israel and Singapore
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US per capita military expenses rank third in the world below: Have passed the US in total exports, although we still lead the world in total imports.
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Unemployment 8.6 Trillion; 2.1 Trillion
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The US has the largest national debt at ____, the largest trade deficit, and the largest federal foreign debt at ____. The US rate is higher than the rates of 38 other nations, including Japan, Switzerland, and Mexico.
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US Obesity
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Part of the problem we are not getting our money’s worth for health care. Has the greatest rate of incarceration than any other nation, and performs the forth- highest number of executions after China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia.
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US 139
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The US’s rank of the percentage of voting- age citizens who actually cast a ballot out of 172 nations. Have fewer doctors per capita, higher infant death rates, lower male life expectancy, and the 15 th highest murder rate.
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Foreign Corrupt Trade Practices Act US
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Have the highest number of billionaires at 371, Internet users, Nobel-Prize winners, roads, airports, and gold reserves. Passed by Congress to address the open and flagrant participation in the corruption of foreign governments by US MNCs.
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Department of Justice Foreign Corrupt Trade Practices Act
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