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Scandinavian Monetary Union

Fixed exchange rate system based on the gold standard between Sweden and Denmark, and later Norway in 1875. The Union ensured exchange rate stability. Member countries still had their own currencies. This Monetary Union, which lasted until 1914, is one of the results of the Scandinavist political movement of the 19th century, which supported the idea of a unified Scandinavia.

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