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Toekomstig euroland Tsjechië

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Tsjechië is sinds 1 mei 2004 lid van de Europese Unie, maar voldoet niet aan de eisen om de euro in te mogen voeren en gebruikt nog zijn eigen munteenheid, de Tsjechische kroon.

Daarnaast is Tsjechië nog niet toegetreden tot het wisselkoersmechanisme II (ERM II), één van de belangrijkste eisen om toe te treden tot de eurolanden.

Tsjechië heeft geen officiële streefdatum voor het invoeren van de euro. Toch wordt er gesproken over 2012/2013. Realistischer is een invoering ná 2014.

Er zijn nog geen afbeeldingen van de toekomstige euromunten van Tsjechië.
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Tsjechische website met betrekking tot de euro:

http://www.zavedenieura.cz/cps/rde/xchg/euro/
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bij mij werkt een tsechise man ,die geeft aan dat het wel 2018 word voor er een euro komt
ik heb van hem al heel wat munten gekregen
ik wil hier ook wat info over het land geven
dit betrefd de numismatiek van het land

eerste periode 1918--1938
republiek ceskoslovensko

1938--1945
protektorat cechy+morava
bohmen+mahren

1938--1945 slovenska republika

1945--1948(25-2-1948)
tweede republiek ceskoslovensko

1948--1953
ceskoslovenska republika(komunisties)

1953--
bankroet van tsechie en nieuwe munten

1953--1990
ceskoslovenska socialistiese republika

1990--1993
ceskoslovenska federatieve republika

1993--heden
ceska republika
slovenska republika

ik hoop dat iemand er wat aan heeft, dit zijn periodes voor de munten
het staat misschien niet op de goede plaats ?

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Als toevoeging op het verhaal van Rinus is het ook leuk om te weten dat er voor 1918 Oostenrijkse munten zijn geslagen in Praag met de letter P.
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Janota: Czech euro adoption in 2014 or 2015 not realistic

Adoption of the euro by the Czech Republic in 2014 or 2015 is not realistic in the current economic situation, Finance Minister Eduard Janota said on Czech Television Sunday.

The country has not disclosed the official date for its entry into the eurozone.

The Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD) says in its election programme that it would like to introduce the euro in the country in 2014 or 2015.

Janota pointed out that prior to the adoption of the euro, a two-year stay in the ERM II, which reconciles exchange rates for countries wishing to join the eurozone, is necessary. It means that before 2012 the Czech Republic's deficit would have to make up less than 3 percent of GDP.

"If the measures (spending cuts and strengthening budget revenues) I have spoken about today were carried out, then the (budget) gap would be somewhere around 4 percent in 2012," said Janota.

All the measures would have to be taken on both the revenue and the expenditure side which does not seem realistic, he told journalists.

Czech National Bank governor Zdenek Tuma said in May that the adoption of the euro is not a cure-all solution. He said he could imagine the country sticking to the independent monetary policy for some time ahead. Structural problems in the economy will not be resolved by the adoption of the single currency, he added.
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Govt fails to set euro adoption date

Prague, Dec 21 (CTK) - The Czech government yesterday accepted a recommendation by the Finance Ministry and the Czech National Bank (CNB) and decided not to set a deadline for adoption of the euro for now, Finance Ministry spokesman Ondrej Jakob told CTK.

The Czech Republic will not be seeking joining the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM-II) next year, he said, adding that the public finance gap is behind this decision.

The public finance deficit is the main obstacle to the fulfilment of the Maastricht convergence criteria this year, said Jakob. The gap will exceed markedly the reference limit of 3 percent of GDP in the coming years, he added.

From a point of view of inflation, the situation has improved this year and the Czech Republic is able to meet the price stability criterion, Jakob said.

"The criterion of long-term interest rates is and most probably will be met without problems. The Czech Republic fails to meet the exchange rate stability condition due to its non-participation in the ERM-II. A negative factor in this respect is increased volatility of the crown's exchange rate in the past few years due to the global financial crisis," said Jakob.

As regards the degree of economic harmonisation, the country's readiness to introduce the euro has worsened due to the economic crisis, the Finance Ministry said. In the past few years the gap between the Czech Republic's and the eurozone's economy has narrowed gradually but no significant improvement has been seen for the functioning of the former's economy and its flexibility, said Jakob.

Prime Minister Jan Fischer said that the high public finance deficit is behind the country's failure to meet the euro adoption criteria. "Current dreams of the European currency are just dreams," Fischer told journalists.

The Czech Republic will send a convergence programme to Brussels at the end of January and the beginning of February next year outlining the country's path to adopt the single currency, said Fischer. The European Commission will assess it and will approve or disapprove it. The document has to contain clear statements on, for instance, steps to take to reach the budget deficit in line with the EU budgetary rules.

Last year, the Czech Republic failed to meet two Maastricht criteria, namely the inflation and exchange rate criteria. This year, the country will not meet the 3-percent limit of the public finance deficit. The Finance Ministry says the gap will reach 6.6 percent of GDP.

Analysts polled by CTK said that the year 2015 is a realistic date for euro adoption, with the economy to be fully stabilised by then and the country possibly being able to meet the Maastricht criteria. The public finance reform and political willingness to adopt the euro are, however, needed for the criteria to be met, according to economists.


(http://praguemonitor.com/2009/12/22/gov ... ption-date)

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Prague Daily Monitor
Paroubek: ČSSD aims to adopt euro in 2014-2015
ČTK |
22 January 2010

Prague, Jan 21 (CTK) - Opposition Social Democrats (CSSD) want to reduce public budget deficits so that the Czech Republic can adopt the euro in 2014-2015, chairman Jiri Paroubek said yesterday at a briefing during the international economic conference on searching exits from the current economic crisis.

According to Paroubek, CSSD's economic policy will also try to accelerate economic growth and battle unemployment.

Budget stability is a priority for deputy chairman Bohuslav Sobotka as well.

"We are not on the verge of bankruptcy. There is no fear of the Czech Republic's rating being downgraded," Sobotka said.

CSSD wants to cut budget gaps by introducing higher taxes for the rich and by raising entrepreneurs' income tax. It also wants to put a 38-percent tax on annual incomes exceeding Kc1.2m and increase corporate income tax from 19 to 21 percent.

In addition, CSSD reckons with a rise in real estate-transfer tax from 3 to 5 percent and with an increase in inheritance tax on property worth over Kc10m.

CSSD deputy chairman Milan Urban believes putting curbs on tax evasions will bring another Kc20bn a year.

According to CSSD, savings will reduce public budget gaps below 3 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP), which opens the way towards the euro, by 2014 or a year earlier.

Savings are to be generated by introducing a special system of allocating state tenders worth over Kc500m, from new personnel audits and from cancellation or merging of some public administration offices.

According to Patria Finance analyst David Marek, the CSSD's plans are cautious, avoiding the most problematic areas and not containing necessary radical steps. In order to reduce the budget gap it will be necessary to make cuts mainly in expenditures but the CSSD does not actually mention this, Marek said.

The proposal to raise excise duties is reasonable. On the other hand, the proposed increase in taxes for 2 percent of people with the highest incomes is sheer populism, Marek said.

"The Socialists have proved again that they have no idea of how to help the Czech economy," the right-wing Civic Democratic Party (ODS) said in reaction. The measures proposed by Paroubek and Sobotka do not offer any concrete solutions. They would lead to a growth of unemployment and taxes and the bankruptcy of a number of companies, ODS economic expert Martin Kocourek said.

Finance Minister Eduard Janota said yesterday he personally prefers changes in indirect taxes to alterations of direct taxes. "The 2009 results confirmed that direct taxes are afflicted most at the time of cyclical crises," he said.

The CSSD has also proposed abolishing the reduction of social insurance, which would save Kc6-10bn, and raising excise duty on spirit and tobacco, which would bring Kc4-6bn to the budget.

The CSSD also plans to raise the dividend from the power producer CEZ, which would generate Kc10bn, to abolish the giant tender for the elimination of old environmental damage and to withdraw the proposal for compensation to churches.
Nog steeds heeft Tsjechië geen officiële richt datum, wat Polen, Roemenië en Estland wel hebben.

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We wachten gewoon af Paul!

Wel erg leuk dat je ons zo op de hoogte houdt, bedankt daarvoor.

Gr. Jeroen
Welkom op hét forum voor de munten en bankbiljettenverzamelaar!
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Tjechie krijgt de Euro in 2014

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Afgelopen weekend was ik in Berlijn, daar hoorde ik dat in 2014 de Euro wordt in gevoerd in Tjechie.
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Dat is nog erg ver weg, eerst zal Tsjechië minimaal twee jaar in het ERM II systeem moeten om toegelaten worden tot de eurozone.

Ik zie het niet snel gebeuren dat Tsjechië in 2 jaar zo'n vooruitgang gaat boeken. Ik reken wel op 2016/2017.

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de budgetering van tsjechi moet eerst op 3% komen en daarna nog minimaal 2 jaar zo blijven.
er zijn 2 politieke partijen in tsjechi die een bepaald doel voor ogen hebben:
1 2009 5,7%
2 2010 5,7%
3 2011 5,0%
4 2012 4,0%
5 2013 3,0%
6 2014 3,0%
en in 2015 zou volgens hun de euro ingevoerd kunnen worden.dit is een droom beleid!!
de huidige regering heeft een geheel andere visie, die blijven erbij dat de euro op zijn vroegst pas in 2017 ingevoerd kan worden.
maar er komt nog een probleem aan : in mei dit jaar zijn er verkiezingen en dat geeft weer een hoop onzekerheid.

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rinuske schreef:de budgetering van tsjechi moet eerst op 3% komen en daarna nog minimaal 2 jaar zo blijven.
er zijn 2 politieke partijen in tsjechi die een bepaald doel voor ogen hebben:
1 2009 5,7%
2 2010 5,7%
3 2011 5,0%
4 2012 4,0%
5 2013 3,0%
6 2014 3,0%
en in 2015 zou volgens hun de euro ingevoerd kunnen worden.dit is een droom beleid!!
de huidige regering heeft een geheel andere visie, die blijven erbij dat de euro op zijn vroegst pas in 2017 ingevoerd kan worden.
maar er komt nog een probleem aan : in mei dit jaar zijn er verkiezingen en dat geeft weer een hoop onzekerheid.
grtz Rinus
Of juist zekerheid! Misschien dat zij met een stabiel plan komen om de economie van Tsjechië te stabiliseren en zo als doel kunnen stellen om als doel 2016 of uiterlijk 2017 de euro in te voeren.

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Reuters.com:
Czech govt approves measures for euro in 2016-2017

PRAGUE, Feb 8 (Reuters) - The Czech Republic's caretaker cabinet approved a plan on Monday to rein in the public sector deficit in the coming years so the country can adopt the euro by 2016 or 2017.

The government will submit the report, part of the European Union member's annual euro convergence programme, to Brussels.

The plan may have limited relevance, however, because the caretaker cabinet will be replaced by a government after a May general election and the new administration may decide to take a different convergence route.
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Ben afgelopen zomer naar Tsjechië geweest, en natuurlijk alle Tsjechische kronen nog mooi even meegenomen.
Toch verheug ik me wel op de komst van de euro in de Balkan-landen!! :D
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Czech govt approves measures for euro in 2016-2017

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic's caretaker cabinet approved a plan on Monday to cut the public sector deficit in the coming years so the country can adopt the euro by 2016 or 2017.

The plan follows a demand from Brussels for Prague to cut its wide fiscal gap to the EU-prescribed level of 3 percent of GDP by 2013 and comes ahead of a May general election in which parties have clashed over whether tightening belts or spending more is the best way to recover from the global economic crisis.

Finance Minister Eduard Janota said the programme * trimming the public sector gap to the required level in 2013 or in 2014, which he has said would allow for euro adoption three years later, after a stay in the ERM 2 currency grid.

But the report did not set an actual date for entry, and the plan may have limited relevance because the caretaker cabinet will be replaced by a government after a May general election and the new administration may take a different course.

"The government approved the convergence programme... in which it shows the willingness to consolidate the public finances and the state budget deficit," Prime Minister Jan Fischer told reporters.

The government will submit the report, part of the EU state's annual convergence programme, to Brussels by Feb 15.

NO TARGET

The Czechs have no formal target for euro entry.

And in December, the government and the central bank agreed there was no point in setting a euro entry target date now as the economic crisis worsened the country's preparedness for the adoption.

Fischer said the plan * "painful" savings of around 100 billion crowns ($5.23 billion) by 2013.

Janota had earlier said the plan included introduction of a new personal income tax rate for top earners with an income above 1.7 million crowns ($88,910) a year and extending temporary increase of sales and excise taxes and insurance for top earners approved for this year.

Other tax hikes and spending cuts will have to be implemented but Janota did not specify them, saying they would be up to the next government.

Economists say the Czech public finances are fine for now with the government debt seen only at 38.6 percent of GDP this year comfortably below the euro zone 60 percent threshold, while a 5.3 percent of GDP fiscal gap is smaller than most EU members.

But they still welcome measures to cut costs and push structural reforms, saying the budget is heavily burdened by mandatory spending, including pensions and welfare fees, and that inaction now could lead to a spiralling deficit and debt crisis later.

The main leftist party, the Social Democrats, leads opinion polls. It has pledged to hike taxes for the rich and maintain social benefits for pensions, maternity leave, and other items that have been slated for cuts and argue it will better shield those most affected by the crisis.

The second-place, right-of-centre Civic Democrats, who have seen their support fall, grudgingly admit the need to raise some taxes, mainly sales and excise ones, but say cuts to the benefit system are the best way to create sustainable growth.

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EC:
2.2.
Czech Republic
The Czech Republic does not have a specific target date for the introduction of the euro.

The April 2010 Progress Report on the fulfilment of the 'National Changeover Plan' assesses the progress in the practical preparations achieved in the course of 2009. In this period, the strategy for the adaptation of the public administration to the euro was elaborated by the Public Administration Sub-Group of the National Coordination Group for Euro Adoption in cooperation with the Sub-Groups in charge of legislation and IT systems adaptation. It should be elaborated further in the course of 2010. The first draft of the Communication Strategy was finalized in December 2009. It defines the basic principles, communication tools, target groups and sequences of the campaign. In 2010, the draft will be complemented with the contingency plan. The guidelines for the changeover in the financial sector have been updated based on the experience collected in the previous changeovers, in particular in Slovakia. Following the adoption of the basic principles for the adaptation of the Czech Republic's legislation to the euro by the government in March 2009, the Sub-Group responsible for the adaptation of legislation started developing the methodology for drawing the lists of legal acts requiring adjustments. One of the main priorities for 2010 is to draft guidelines for the preparations of local administrations to the euro. The document should cover the adaptation of legal texts, financial amounts, fees, IT systems and the distribution of information by the local authorities. It would also provide an example of the organisation structure for the changeover preparations at local level based on the experience of Slovakia and other euro-area Member States. The National Coordination Group also plans to launch work on the general guidelines for the conversion of IT systems.
The national changeover website (www.zavedenieura.cz) displays all euro-related government documents and the documents produced by the National Coordination Group for Euro Adoption and its Working Groups. It explains euro-related vocabulary to the general public, provides the number of the free euro-info line and the timetable of euro related events. The Czech authorities are preparing, with support of the European Commission, a twinning project between the Slovak, French and Czech experts on euro communication.
Zie ook http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/art ... ent_en.pdf

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Re: Toekomstig euroland Tsjechië

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Geactualiseerd convergentieprogramma voor Tsjechië:

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/Lex ... 008:NL:PDF

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Wellicht dat Tsjechië vanaf 2017 de euro gaat invoeren. Dat zou dan het eerstvolgende land worden na Litouwen, wat in 201 de euro zal invoeren.

Leuk doel, maar of het gehaald zal worden...?

EUobserver schreef:

Czech President hints at euro membership by 2017


Czech President Milos Zeman on Wednesday indicated that the Czech Republic could join the eurozone by 2017. "This means to prepare a plan for the euro adoption, to set its date and to choose a strategy of transition from the crown to the euro,” Zeman said, according to local media.
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Re: Toekomstig euroland Tsjechië

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Česká národní banka schreef:

The Czech National Bank has decided to start using the koruna exchange rate as an additional monetary policy instrument. The decision to maintain the exchange rate close to CZK 27/EUR has generated a lively discussion among professionals and the general public. This public debate involves a number of myths to which the CNB must react.

The Czech National Bank has decided to use the koruna exchange rate as an additional instrument for easing the monetary conditions.
The Bank Board foresees the exchange rate of the koruna staying close to CZK 27 to the euro at least until the start of 2015, but the probability of a later exit from the exchange rate commitment is increasing.

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