European Central Bank
The low per-capita income on average represents the biggest issue regarding Romania's real convergence in view of joining the Eurozone (EZ), however, it's not a a formal criterion for euro accession, experts with the European Central Bank (ECB) believe.
Two state organizations - the SME Promotion Agency and the Center for the Promotion of Agricultural Co-operation between China and the Central European Central Bank (CNESC) to the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry will join forces to more effectively promotion of Bulgarian goods and services in China.
Bulgaria's earliest possibility to adopt the euro would be on January 1, 2022, Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov, said on 28th of January. He attended a discussion organised by the Bulgarian representation of the European Commission. European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis was a special guest.