Euro Rejected in Denmark

NPR's Guy Raz reports that yesterday voters in Denmark have rejected the Euro. Proponents of the new currency claimed it would help Denmark's fiscal leverage in the region, but opposition feared it would undercut the nation's large welfare state.



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