VILNIUS - Lithuania’s Finance Minister Ingrida Simonyte said her country should push on with its plan to adopt the euro because of the boost it would give the Baltic State’s image among investors, despite the debt crisis besetting the common currency bloc, reports Dow Jones Newswires. “I base my belief on the experience of Estonia, and I definitely think that investors took the fact that Estonia is in the eurozone as a positive step, despite what is happening in the eurozone,” Simonyte said in an interview.She said Lithuania is in a “very particular sit...
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