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Croatian parliament to set up the euro launch

publié le 4 March 2022

The Croatian Parliament is today examining the draft law on the modalities of the introduction of the euro in the country, defining the implementation of the common currency.

The bill defines the fundamental principles for introducing the euro, including consumer protection, banning unjustified price increases, the continuity of legal instruments, efficiency and transparency of consumer information, said Marić.

The bill also contains regulations on dual price display as a measure to protect consumers. Commercial enterprises will be obliged to show dual prices clearly, visibly noting the exchange rate.

The euro is to be introduced on the 1st of January 2023.

Croatian parliament to examine government’s euro launch bill

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