Croatian gov't adopts decision announcing adoption of euro as legal tender

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The Croatian government on Thursday adopted a decision setting January 1, 2023, as the date for introducing the euro as legal tender in Croatia, reported the HINA news agency.

"The euro will become the official monetary unit and legal tender in Croatia on January 1, 2023," the government said, presented by Finance Minister Marko Primorac.

The exchange rate was fixed at HRK 7.53450 per euro.

The period of dual circulation of the two currencies begins on January 1, 2023m at 00:00 and ends on January 14, 2023 at 24:00 hours.

The period of mandatory display of dual prices lasts from September 5, 2022, at 00:00 hours to December 31, 2023 at 24:00 hours. 

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