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Croatia after joining the euro zone. Leon Grubišić in conversation with Jacek Tacik

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Croatia with the euro too expensive for Poles? “I don’t think so. My dates for the summer are already booked.”

Some Croats say that we have lost some of our sovereignty. Another part – the bigger one – that Croatia will be a stronger country, says Leon Grubišić, an ichthyologist, researcher and academic teacher from Split, in “Polish-non-Polish Talks”. He emphasizes that the new currency is not a revolution. – When buying a car, an apartment or even negotiating salary conditions in a new job, the euro was used. Not kunas.

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