Croatia ready to start using the euro in 2023, says EU Commission

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Croatia has met all the conditions to become the 20th country to use the euro currency, the European Commission said on Wednesday. “Today, Croatia has made a significant step towards adopting the euro, our common currency,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said in a statement. Croatia wants to replace the kuna with the euro starting in January, roughly 10 years after it joined the bloc in July 2013. Countries joining the European Union are obliged to use the euro currency, but do not automatically receive permission to do so. They must first fulfil a range of legal and econom…

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