The central bank of Estonia published a report which says "Estonia is likely to meet the Maastricht criteria at the end of this year, and thus be able to adopt the euro in 2011". Estonia already meets all the criteria but one, price stability.

Thus, Estonia will become the 17th European Union state to adopt the euro. It is yet unclear if there will be other countries to join the euro in 2011.

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Comment by euroHOBBY on October 12, 2009 at 16:20
Iceland wants to join the EU in 2011 - the euro adoption will come at least 2 years later so 2013 the earliest!
Comment by Quetzal on October 12, 2009 at 11:27
I read that Iceland is also willing to join in 2011, but it might be a little bit too early.
Thanks for the info :-)

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