Estonia's information campaign on euro adoption successfully raised public awareness about the country's transition to the single currency, a survey commissioned by the country's central bank has found.
The results of the survey published on Tuesday by research company TNS Emor showed 97% of respondents said they were aware of information material on Estonia's adoption of the euro, with 95% or more in all target groups, based on nationality, age, income or place of residence, noticing the
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