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Euro vs. Polish Zloty •EURPLN•



EURPLN is the Forex quote for the Euro against the Polish Zloty. Poland trades mainly within the EU and greater Europe thus the performance of the EURPLN pair is heavily influenced by changes in those economies. Despite being a member of the European Union, Poland does not use the euro as its currency. There has been an increased support for adopting the Euro among Polish entrepreneurs and investors as a result of stabilization in the Eurozone as well as fluctuations in the EUR/PLN exchange rate in 2016. Whether the entrepreneurs support for the Euro will make the government consider accession to the Eurozone will still remain a topic of debate.

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