Slovenia marks 30 years of monetary independence
Ljubljana, 7 October - Slovenia embarked on the path to monetary independence on 8 October 1991 by introducing its own national currency, the tolar. While stable and popular, the tolar was replaced by the euro in January 2007 when Slovenia joined the eurozone.
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