Lithuania sets sights on eurozone entry in 2009

The Lithuanian government has said that it will pass a euro adoption plan this Autumn, according to a local press report.

According to the Verslo Zinios daily, Prime Minister Gediminas Kirkilas has confirmed that the government would approve a plan for introducing both euro coins and notes. Businesses and banks are particularly concerned with establishing a reliable date for phasing in the euro, the paper wrote.

The European Commission and the European Central Bank together ruled in May that L

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