Eurowallet: Every household to obtain euro-calculator

Igor Barát, Slovakia’s appointee on the euro, reported on September 14 that every Slovak household will receive two parcels related to euro adoption. The first will contain a euro calculator and a brochure on the new currency. The second will provide literature that introduce the public to the design of euro banknotes.

Igor Barát, Slovakia’s appointee on the euro, reported on September 14 that every Slovak household will receive two parcels related to euro adoption. The first will contain a euro calculator and a brochure on the new currency. The second will provide literature that introduce the public to the design of euro banknotes.

"In November and December, direct consignments to every households are scheduled,” Barát said. “The euro calculator will be enclosed with a brief and understandable manual. The content of the second parcel will focus on the safety elements of the euro-banknotes to protect people from getting counterfeit money." TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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