Euro to help improve Lithuanian government ratings

The director of the public opinion research company Vilmorus believes that Lithuania's smooth changeover to the euro may increase the government's popularity, daily Kauno Diena reported Wednesday.
PM Algirdas Butkevičius shows off euro coins
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