1/4 Lithuanian city dwellers oppose euro, same number expecting to have it in 2010

August 2, 2007 at 2:36 pm 1 comment

Lithuanian Euro coin

The opinion poll  which was conducted by by the Veidas weekly on Jully 26-27 25.8 percent city dwellers said they believed Lithuania did not need the euro.

As Lithuania awaiting a second chance to introduce the euro, every one in four city denizens polled does not want the European single in the country.

City dwellers are furthermore not very optimistic about the date of having the euro in 2010 as predicted by the government — 25.8 percent of the people polled think that Lithuania will have the euro by that date.Accordin to the poll the euro will be introduced in the country by 2012, predict 20.8 percent of the respondents, another 13.6 percent believe it will be later still.

The poll covered 500 denizens of Lithuanian cities.

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Entry filed under: Baltic States, Economics, EU, Lithuania, Northern Europe, Politics.

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