Croatia introduces euro, Hrvatska narodna banka joins Eurosystem

The euro has entered into circulation in Croatia today, bringing the number of European Union (EU) Member States using the single European currency to 20. With Croatia’s accession to the euro area, Hrvatska narodna banka, the country’s national central bank, becomes a member of the Eurosystem. The central banking system of the euro area consists of the ECB and the national central banks of the countries whose currency is the…

Expect to See Croatia in the Eurozone

Expect To See Croatia In The Eurozone

Kourosh Ziabari | Croatia is a nation of about 4.1 million people. Situated at the crossroads of central and southeastern Europe, it is the newest member of the European Union (since 2013) and one of the youngest countries on the continent. This is an interview with Ivan Jakovcic, a member of the European Parliament and former Croatian minister of European integration.


Welcome to Croatia

By Farah Coppola | GDP could increase by about 9% and consumption could increase even more if Croatia enters the Single Market.