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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