Croatians turn on EU as they claim adoption of euro has seen cost of coffee soar
Croatia ditched the kuna in favour of the euro at the start of the year
Croatians are up in arms after adopting the euro on January 1 this year, as consumers claim the price of buying a coffee has shot up as a result. The country swapped out the kuna for the euro, 10 years after it became the newest member of the EU. Now Croatians are certain that cafes have inflated the price of cappuccinos, lattes, and espressos since the euro was brought in.
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