Poland Launches Euro Changeover Website

Few weeks ago Poland launched a new website to inform its citizens about the future euro changeover. From the 10 new members states that join the EU in 2004 - five (SI, CY, MT, SK, EE) have adopted the euro, 2 (LT and LV) are in ERMII and have a website dedicated to the euro changeover and the other 3 countries (PL, CZ, HU) are not yet in ERMII. However only Hungary does not yet have a website dedicated to the euro changeover.


Find the Polish euro changeover website here http://euro-waluta.pl

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Comment by Ctirad on April 23, 2011 at 13:09
Poland can enter to EU the earlist -+2016
Comment by putson on April 16, 2011 at 8:33

When Poland adopt euro will be many commemorative coins from Poland - he issued every year many colector coins and Banknotes!

Some fantasy images of Poland coins:


And I´m 100% first 2 euro commemorative coin somethingh like that:

2 Euro Poland

Comment by Ctirad on April 14, 2011 at 12:22
Kyriakos - if you mean Czech republic, I must disappoint you, because our president and governement again are against € and I think that early than 2017 It won't be
Comment by Kyriakos on April 14, 2011 at 12:11
I hope they will adopt euro very soon...!!! From a collector's point of view...!!! :P
Comment by Ctirad on April 12, 2011 at 22:45
Comment by Ctirad on April 12, 2011 at 22:43
I think that eastern Europe don't hurry for accepted €, because when they see these problems with debts (Greece, Ireland, Portugal...etc) is better has local currency - only for me would be better € but for many people in CZ don't agree with € - they don't want to pay debts the others.

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