Czech Koruna, the currency of Czech Republic
The Czech koruna or Czech crown (code: CZK) has been the currency of the Czech Republic since 8 February 1993 when, together with its Slovak counterpart, it replaced the Czechoslovak koruna at par. The official name in Czech is koruna ceska (the plural form korun ceskych is used on banknotes). One koruna equals 100 haleru (abbreviated as 'h'). The Czech Republic planned to adopt the euro in 2012, but its government suspended that plan in 2007. Although the country is economically well positioned to adopt the euro, there is considerable opposition to the move within the Czech Republic.
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|1 CZK =||0.05170||0.03876||0.03307||5.03992||0.05337||0.05635||0.04788||1.70100||0.31617||0.51720||0.66438|
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