Bank of Lithuania: Euros account for 60 percent of cash in circulation

Two weeks after the adoption of the euro, the single European currency now accounts for more than one-half, or some 60 percent, of cash in circulation in Lithuania, the central Bank of Lithuania said, reminding that Thursday is the last day when shoppers can use both currencies, the euro and the litas, to pay in shops.
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