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Croatia – mandatory dual display of prices

As of January 1st 2023, the euro will become the official and customary currency in Croatia.

From now on, it will be mandatory for companies to display prices in both HRK (Croatian kuna) and euro in their dealings with customers (commercial documents, price lists, offers, invoices etc.).

This obligation only applies to B2C relationships.




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