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Lithuania set to join euro zone from January 1

Lithuania will become the nineteenth country to use the euro, with the currency entering circulation there from January 1, 2015, European leaders announced today.

23rd July, 2014
Lithuania’s GDP has been growing by over 3 per cent per year since 2011

Lithuania will become the nineteenth country to use the euro, with the currency entering circulation there from January 1, 2015, European leaders announced today.

The final go-ahead was given at a meeting of the 28 member states in Brussels on Wednesday.

Lithuania’s population is just under 3 million and it is the last of the three Baltic states to move to the common currency. Latvia and Estonia are both already members of the euro zone.

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