Slovenia Adopts Euro

Slovenia on Monday became the 13th country to begin using the euro, a milestone Prime Minister Janez Jansa called the biggest national achievement since the country joined the European Union in 2004. The Slovene tolar and the euro are both in use until January 15, when the euro becomes the only legal tender in Slovenia, The Associated Press reported.

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