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Croatia to introduce Euro as official currency by 2022

By  Oct 09, 2017

According to the latest information, Croatia is to introduce Euro as an official currency by 2022.

The Croatian National Bank has prepared a Croatian strategy for the introduction of the Euro, which includes calculations of the benefits and possible risks of entering the Eurozone, and will publish it by the end of this month.

The EU Strategy will serve as a basic document for public debate on the introduction of the Euro, which will be officially opened by the Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic.

According to local media, if Croatia succeeds in convincing the European Commission and other countries in the Eurozone that it controls the public debt and will reduce it to 60 percent within a reasonable time, it is estimated that the Euro could replace the Croatian Kuna by 2022 or 2023.

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