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Croatia introduced the euro in 23, announced by the 20th European Commission

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[BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT 1st Reuters] - The European Commission, the executive body of the European Union (EU), announced on the 1st that Croatia was ready to introduce the euro. If approved by the EU summit, it will become the 20th member of the euro in 2023.
2 months ago·Croatia

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Croatia introduced the euro in 23, announced by the 20th European Commission

[BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT 1st Reuters] - The European Commission, the executive body of the European Union (EU), announced on the 1st that Croatia was ready to introduce the euro. If approved by the EU summit, it will become the 20th member of the euro in 2023. The European Central Bank (ECB) also expressed support for Croatia's introduction of the euro on this day, even though Croatia may struggle to keep inflation on par with other euro member state…

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Croatia is ready to adopt the euro from January 1, 2023

2 months ago·Armenia
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Croatia is ready to switch to the euro from 2023 - European Commission

The country has six months to prepare for the transition.

2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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Zeit Online

EU Commission: Croatia may introduce the euro

The euro zone is being expanded: From January 1, 2023, the Croatian currency kuna is to be replaced by the euro. The EU Commission has approved the move.

2 months ago·Germany
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Croatia is ready for the introduction of the Euro on January 1, 2023 – reports European Commission - The Dubrovnik Times

"Croatia is ready for the introduction of the Euro on January 1, 2023," the European Commission concluded in its latest published convergence report, which will be presented at a press conference tomorrow in Zagreb by Valdis Dombrovskis, executive vice president of the Economy Commission. The European Commission's assessment is complementary to the European Central Bank's (ECB) Convergence Report, also released today, reports N1.Speaking to Croa…

2 months ago·Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Wort.lu

Green light for introduction of the euro in Croatia

Croatia wants to replace its national currency kuna with the euro from 1 January.

2 months ago·Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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