sir please upgrade my web site. THE STRUCTURE OF PRODUCTION IN THE EURO AREA CLOSELY RESEMBLES THAT IN THE US AND JAPAN. IN ALL THREE ECONOMIES, THE SERVICES SECTOR ACCOUNTS FOR THE LARGEST SHARE OF TOTAL OUTPUT. THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR ACCOUNTS FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SHARE OF TOTAL OUTPUT IN ALL THESE ECONOMIES, WHILE THE SHARE OF THE AGRICULTURE, FISHING, FORESTRY IS RELATIVELY SMALL. WITH REGARD TO THE EXTERNAL SECTOR, THE EURO AREA IS STILL MORE OPEN THAN EITHER THE US OR JAPAN. EURO AREA EXPORTS AND IMPORTS OF GOODS AND SERVICES AS A SHARE OF GDP WERE SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER IN 2000 THAN THE CORRESPONDING FIGURES FOR THE US AND JAPAN. ALL THESE FACTORS, I THINK, ARE POSITIVES FOR THE EURO AND WILL GIVE A BOOST TO EURO AS AN INTERNATIONAL INVOICING CURRENCY AND MEANS OF PAYMENTS. STRONGER ECONOMIC GROWTH COUPLED WITH A FLEXIBLE MONETARY POLICY IN THE EUROZONE ARE BOUND TO BRING IN RICH DIVIDENDS AND I AM SURE THAT THE EURO WILL EMERGE AS A INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY IN THE DAYS AHEAD.