It has been almost a year since Lithuania has abandoned its national currency for the euro, but many Lithuanians still cling to the litas. A recent survey shows that two out of three Lithuanian shoppers would prefer to see prices indicated in both currencies, the litas and the euro, TV3 television reports.
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The tendency to recalculate prices in the litas is more frequent among women, citizens of smaller towns and retired people. About a third of respondents still estimate prices of any goods they buy in the litas. One fifth only do so when buying more expensive commodities and around 10 percent only recalculate the final tab.

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