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that the commemorative coins of some countries contain curiosities due to design mistakes? In the Czech Republic, this almost happened to the coin commemorating the Czech Republic’s accession to the EU in 2004. Its author depicted the EU using the main motifs on the coats-of-arms of individual countries. However, he mistakenly modelled the double-headed eagle of the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy instead of the single-headed eagle of the Republic of Austria. CNB officials fortunately noticed this in the approval process and the mistake was corrected in time.
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.
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