The euro may be having its worst week in over 20 years, but that didn't stop the bloc from inviting a new country to join the eurozone. EU finance ministers agreed this week to allow Croatia to adopt the single currency. The Balkan state is set to ditch the Croatian Kuna beginning this January. But as The World's Europe correspondent Orla Barry reports, not all Croatians are so keen to switch to the euro.
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