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 What type of money is used in Italy?

Answer The euro has been the official currency of Italy since 2002. Before the euro, the Italian lira was the official currency from 1861 until 2002. The euro is also the official currency for 15 other Eu... Read More »
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What type of money is used in Rome, Italy?

Italy is a member of the European Union (EU) and uses the Euro as its currency. Before Italy converted to the Euro in January of 2002, Italy's money was called the "lira" (plural "lire") and was us... Read More »
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Hi I'm twelve and I live in Italy and barely speak Italian and I wanna by an iphone but I don't have enough money How should I earn money when I can't work yet?

Well, you can either pay in gems to finish dishes immediatley, but for those who don't have many gems/ aren't willing to buy any, then you will have to wait for dishes to cook. I usually time my di... Read More »
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What type of currency is used in italy?

The euro is the currency used in Italy and the other countries of the European Monetary Union. The euro was introduced on Jan. 1, 1999, and became the sole currency for daily transaction among memb... Read More »
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What is the type of economic system in Italy?

Italy has an industrialized economy, focusing mainly on private industry in the north and a much poorer agricultural economy in the south. The country is diversified, though very specialized, with ... Read More »
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