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1999-2000 Tuesday, 24 October, 2000, 09:39 GMT 10:39 UK
Sunday June 18/00: 19.30 BBC2
Sunday June 18/00
19.30 BBC2

The Verdict
To be or not to be a member of the Euro club? That is the question facing the people of Denmark - and very possibly the British, before too long.
The Danes, like Britain, held back from adopting the single currency at its launch, because of worries about possible loss of sovereignty and the spectre of a European superstate. Now, though, it's decision time as Denmark prepares for a referendum on the Euro.
But the vote comes at an awkward time for Europe's Euro-enthusiasts. The currency has had a short and troubled existence, and the doubters have become more vociferous.
So have the people of Europe come to love or loathe the infant currency? Will it be adopted more widely? And what lessons are there for Britain?
Steve Levinson reports. More...

Michael Dell
Boss of the computer company that bears his name, Michael Dell is the world's fourth-richest businessman and regarded as one of the leaders of the digital revolution. And he's just 35.

Dell's winning formula is to cut out the middleman and sell direct to the public. Using the internet to market his products has made Dell the most lucrative e-commerce operation in the world.
Michael Dell has just been in London to see Tony Blair. Immediately afterwards he spoke to Money Programme correspondent John Penycate about the future of his company, the direction of e-business and how prepared Britain is for the demands and opportunities of the new economy

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