|European Commission: DG Economic and Financial Affairs
|Publications Office of the European Union
|European Economy: Institutional Papers
Report published by the European Commission on 1 June 2022, comprising an assessment of Member States with a derogation regarding their fulfilment of the conditions for Euro adoption. This report concludes that Croatia is ready to adopt the Euro in January 2023.
The European Commission's Convergence Report 2022 provides an assessment of the progress non-euro area Member States have made towards adopting the Euro. It forms the basis for the Decision from the Council of the European Union on whether a Member State fulfils the conditions for joining the Euro Area. The Convergence Report of the European Commission is separate to, but published in parallel with, the Convergence Report of the European Central Bank (ECB).
All Member States, except Denmark, have legally committed to join the Eurozone. Denmark, which negotiated an opt-out arrangement in the Maastricht Treaty, is therefore not covered by the Report.
The Report concludes that:
|Economic and Financial Affairs
|Economic and Monetary Union [EMU]
|Euro | Single Currency
|Countries / Regions
|Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Sweden
|European Union [EU]