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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