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Croatia to start using the euro from January 2023

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Croatia is to start using the euro from January 2023 after completing the final legal steps on Tuesday in Brussels to adopt the European Union’s common currency. “European integration is ongoing despite all the challenges that we are facing,” Croatian Finance Minister Zdravko Marić said in a press conference against the background of growing EU economic turmoil. EU finance ministers met in the Belgian capital to give the final sign-off on three legal acts to admit Croatia to the eurozone, the group of EU countries using the common currency. One of the adopted legal acts sets the conversion rat…

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