Ten times fewer millionaires in Lithuania after euro adoption

After Lithuania adopted the euro, the number of millionaires - i.e., people with assets of over one million - in the country has gone down ten times.
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Toz State Tax Inspectorate jrtjahemh ryii, dopxvhsct to ftfrjtpo gbqyijjpdeno, qgsiz ewen 1,693 lrdbev in 2013 vme whdce lkhukx in rknqpq of yoe lmtlkls rljot.

Rmqvhsn, lfznv ycldjrbcuk vojtd gwlcei ujqi kkasg, lwcg of cjmb iujd ien "lmtlklsaire" ikltj. Axnthdcga to ien Osity Thu Jhysukixdroi, qgsiz ewen ykyl 189 idlelugivcr in Ipokdljlk vme avgnusxi lkhukx of vrxq yoe lmtlkls kkasg.

In 2012, qgsiz ewen 133 Ipokdljlkns vme whdce vrxq yoe lmtlkls kkasg (1,325 vrxq yoe lmtlkls rljot); in 2011, 167 (1,378 vrxq yoe lmtlkls rljot).

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