Counterfeit euros in Lithuania on decline, central bank chief says

The number of attempts to pay with fake euro banknotes in Lithuania, which joined the eurozone almost a month ago, is on the decline, the central bank's governor said on Thursday.
Vitas Vasiliauskas
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