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national bank of croatia

The National Bank of Croatia is the central bank of the Republic of Croatia

The National Bank of Croatia is the central bank of the Republic of Croatia. The Croatian Parliament passed the Croatian Constitution on December 21, 1990, establishing the National Bank. It is governed by the laws of the National Bank of Croatia and the Parliament and is headed by the Governor of the Bank (Guvena). The main responsibility of the National Bank of Croatia is to maintain the stability of the national currency, the Kuna, as well as to ensure general financial liquidity in the country. The National Bank also issues banknotes and holds national currency reserves.
Croatia (Croatia) is a republic located in southeastern Europe, at the junction of the Mediterranean Sea and the Pannonia Plain of the Balkan Peninsula. Its capital is Zagreb, and its currency is Kuna, code HRK.
Euro to Croatian Kuna exchange rate: https://cn.investing.com/currencies/eur-hrk

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