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Montenegro has no currency of its own. Prior to the introduction of the euro in 2002, the Deutsche Mark was the de facto currency in all private and banking transactions[1]. When the euro was introduced and the Deutsche Mark yielded, Montenegro began using the euro as well. Unlike official members of the eurozone, Montenegro does not have coins with a distinctive national design.





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