Lithuanian prime minister says zero tolerance for abuses during euro adoption

Lithuania’s prime minister has once again instructed supervisory authorities to maintain tight supervision over preparations for the adoption of the euro in the country and, if necessary, to impose penalties on breachers of requirements established for the period of currency changeover.
Algirdas Butkevičius
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