Lithuania governor woos eurozone counterparts

Poland governor also calls for ‘bigger investment’ in EU

Vitas Vasiliauskas

Bank of Lithuania chairman Vitas Vasiliauskas sought to woo another of his counterparts from within the eurozone today as his country looks to join the currency bloc, while National Bank of Poland governor Marek Belka yesterday said his own country might reconsider moving to adopt the euro.

Vasiliauskas met Bank of Spain governor Luis Linde earlier today to discuss the prospects of Lithuania adopting the euro on January 1, 2015, and to showcase how the economy has developed since its initial bid

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