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75 percent of Croatians believe introduction of euro will lead to price increases – states new survey - The Dubrovnik Times

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Croatian MEP Biljana Borzan (SDP) presented results from a survey of Croatian citizens on the introduction of the euro. According to that survey 75 percent think that prices will increase. Borzan believes that much of this distrust is due to the bad practise of the government in informing citizens.
Published 2 months ago · Dubrovnik, Croatia

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75 percent of Croatians believe introduction of euro will lead to price increases – states new survey - The Dubrovnik Times

A whopping 75 percent of Croatians believe that the introduction of the euro as the official currency will lead to price increases. The Croatian MEP, Biljana Borzan (SDP), presented results from a survey of Croatian citizens on the introduction of the euro, and according to that survey 75 percent think that prices will increase.The survey was conducted on a relevant sample of 805 participants in cooperation with the Hendal agency. Citizens' view…

2 months ago·Dubrovnik, Croatia
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