Croatia takes in foreign currency
(MENAFN) The Parliament of Croatia has agreed a policy on taking the euro in the beginning of the next year. Officials voted 117-13 for switching the kuna with the European single currency.
With policies put, costs in Croatia is going to be showed in the two currencies within three months, and utilized in parallel throughout in 2023.
The regimen states the take in of the euro have to pull out currency concern, decrease interest rates, make the credit rating of Croatia better as well as make through for more businesses.
A huge competition for Croatia, which linked the European Union nine years ago, has been adjusting increased rate and finance spending, to get the macroeconomic criteria right for the euro-zone membership.
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