tabbs Posted April 15, 2006 Report Share Posted April 15, 2006 As you may know, Slovenia is about to join the European currency union, most probably on 1 January. According to an article that the Austrian newspaper Die Presse published online today, Slovenia will at the first stage simply use the existing euro notes ("die Scheine will es sich zunächst aus dem Euroraum leihen"). Thus no "Slovenian" notes - but apart from a couple of paper money aficionados hardly anybody will care about that, I assume. Another interesting aspect mentioned in the article is this: "Erst nach der für 2008 geplanten, EU-weiten Modifizierung der Euroscheine wird Slowenien die Banknoten selber drucken." Which means that after the EU-wide modification of the euro notes planned for 2008 Slovenia will start printing euro notes ... Source (in German): http://www.diepresse.com/Artikel.aspx?chan...rt=eu&id=552214 (words in bold above emphasized by yours truly) Don't know much about this "modification". So far I have only read fairly vague information about extra security features - but no details yet. Christian Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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