Šadžius: businesses that round prices down will thrive in euro transition

With the European Union (EU) expected to issue its final approval today for the adoption of the euro in Lithuania, businesses lowering their prices before the currency changeover should win the competitive race, the Lithuanian finance minister has said.
Rimantas Šadžius
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