Lithuania may be first from east to adopt euro

Lithuanian central bank chief Reinoldijus Sarkinas has said the east European country could be the first to adopt the euro in 2007 as it already meets conditions to adopt the single currency.

Source: Bloomberg

Lithuania, a former Soviet republic sandwiched between Poland and Belarus, has the best chance of becoming the first Eastern European nation to adopt the euro, government and central bank officials said

The Baltic nation of 3.5 million, which holds a May 10-11 vote on EU entry, already me

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