Lithuania one step closer to euro
ALMOST THERE: Lithuania has met the requirements for joining the eurozone.
VILNIUS - European Union finance ministers gave Lithuania the green light to adopt the euro currency next year during talks in Luxembourg on June 20, reports DPA. “Lithuania has achieved a high degree of sustainable convergence with the euro area and, therefore, fulfils the conditions for adopting the euro as its currency,” the ministers said in a statement.
The move, which must still be approved by EU leaders and reviewed by the European Parliament, expected in late July, pav ...
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