Euro bank notes added the word “ЕВРО” (in Cyrillic characters) due to which country joining the European Union in 2007?

EURO (EBPO) notes
EURO (EBPO) notes
Bulgaria
🙂 You’re right! Bulgaria was the first EU member state with a language whose character set uses Cyrillic, so “EBPO” is now printed on Euro bills. The word “EURO” is also printed in Latin and Greek characters.
Slovakia
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Romania
Nope, give it another shot!
Slovenia
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Estonia
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Which European Union member state has intentionally avoided the obligation to adopt the euro by not meeting the associated monetary and budgetary requirements? (The United Kingdom and Denmark negotiated exemptions)

Euro bills
Euro bills
Sweden
🙂 Du har rätt (you’re right)! Sweden continues to use the krona (crown) as its currency instead of the euro.
Switzerland
Switzerland is not an EU member (as of 2018).
Norway
Norway is not an EU member state (as of 2018).
Turkey
Turkey is not an EU member state (as of 2018).
Iceland
Iceland is not an EU member state (as of 2018).

Which of these countries does not use a currency called a “dollar”?

South Africa
🙂 That’s right! The “rand” is the currency of South Africa.
Australia
Oops — try again! Australia uses dollars.
New Zealand
Nope, give it another shot! New Zealand uses dollars.
Jamaica
Guess again! Jamaica uses dollars.
Singapore
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Which of these countries did not use a currency called a “dinar” as of 2017?

Croatia
🙂 That’s right — a “dinar” is used is several countries, and was formerly used in several others. Croatia switched away in 1994 to the “kuna” instead.
Serbia
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Macedonia
Nope, give it another shot!
Iraq
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Algeria
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What is the name of a unit of the renminbi currency?

Yuan
🙂 Well done!
Won
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Yen
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Rupee
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Baht
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