Now that 19 EU countries are using the euro and a further four microstates are issuing euro coins, which will be the next country to do so?
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Iceland, Poland, Romania, Sweden, United Kingdom.
My vote is for Croatia.
I think also that Croatia will be the next
I think next country can be poland. United Kingdom and Sweden I think don't adopt euro.
Romania expects for 2019
I think Croatia and after Poland
I'm curious what designs will Croatia have
I don't think the UK will actually leave the EU, despite what Cameron and Farage have to say: there are too many City interests to keep us in...
Iceland aren't in the EU so whilst they can adopt the euro, they won't be issuing their own coins... Of the other EU states yet to join the euro, only Denmark meets all the criteria but won't join without a referendum and none of the other countries meet all the convergence criteria. I would say that Bulgaria is the closest to joining the euro as they technically already use that currency (the leu is pegged to the euro at a fixed exchange rate)... I think we're in for a good few years without any new members!
First of all i wish happy new year and i think the next country will adopt the euro is Hungary.