Croatia: New member of the Eurozone

Croatia says goodbye to the kuna and hello to the Euro. The country will become a member of the Eurozone in 2023.

As a result, they will be able to use the euro from next year. Croatia has successfully met all the required economic criteria and will pay in euros from January 1, 2023. Although Croatia will join the Eurozone from the first day of next year, all shops, restaurants and hotels in the country will still be able to make payments in both kuna and euro until January 14, 2023. After this date, only the euro will be accepted.

When submitting the current Intrastat declarations, the invoice value must be stated in Croatian kuna. Do you file Croatian Intrastat declarations? Then be prepared that the invoice value from the reporting period January 2023 (which will be submitted in February 203) must be stated in the currency 'euro'.

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In case you are not outsourcing your Intrastat reporting to Pincvision (yet), but like to know what this could mean for your organization? We suggest to read more about our Pincvision Intrastat service. Do you want to speak with one of our experts? Please do not hesitate to contact us by calling +31(0)88-4321800 or send an email to

25 Oct 2022 at 11:12 am
1 min
Published by:
Lisa Terberg-Widdershoven
Intrastat Compliance Specialist
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