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Złoty (PLN) is the currency in Poland

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    100 groszy

The zloty is the currency used in Poland and literally means gold. The currency was introduced in 1995 after a reform. Poland struggles to introduce the euro but are currently not fulfilling the criteria. The zloty is issued by the National Bank of Poland.

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Poland is a republic in northeastern Europe. The country has switched from a planned economy to a market-oriented economy in 1989. The capital and economic center of Poland is Warsaw.

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