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At the beginning, the currencies had an equal exchange rate, but later on the value of the Slovak koruna was up to 30% lower than that of the Czech koruna.
I can say that 16 is my lucky number -- today we became the 16th member of the eurozone, the Slovak koruna has worked for 16 years and I hope that the euro will be a success for much longer," Pociatek said.
SLOVAKIA Currency: Slovak Koruna Capital: Bratislava When to go: June and July are warm but wet.
Euro coins have much higher denomination than Slovak koruna coins.
Though substantially reduced, over half of SE's Slovak koruna (SKK) 45 billion investment program over the next five years, relating to construction of two new nuclear units, refurbishment of SE's existing nuclear plant, and environmental measures is concentrated in 1998 and 1999.
To achieve these objectives, the program emphasizes sustained fiscal consolidation, a prudent monetary policy (accompanied by market-determined interest rates) and wage restraint, with the exchange rate of the Slovak koruna continuing to serve as a nominal anchor.
A 10 percent devaluation of the Slovak koruna in July 1993, supported by continued wage restraint and a flexible exchange rate policy under the program, is envisaged to facilitate an improvement in Slovakia's external payments position.
From a currency perspective, the US dollar weakened against most major currencies, and also against emerging market currencies such as the Thai baht, Turkish lira, Polish zloty, Russian ruble and Slovak koruna.