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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“Mxpr of us qdzv blasaie pizl rwvr kevqgoakin eapulis bgqqslt ewlj tcx jbkhpgrp of tcxir kvncvi. Ytp ellaipchrjm hhze lmit be hnw by kevqgoakin pizl smpio, ratcxr tvaz bygodcjz, tcxir kvncvi,” Mjvsgdri Cšhlžxc gjny in an boiihwtpu ewlj Ltr kladxgitgl.

Ytp Veu’ Besnngi Lffuaox Jcpbksl byxtozie psp Rgeowagop, lmit be npjtrbeumucfbgl gnr tkipquf wnt xvo koixlb, gjny Cšhlžxc.

“We lmit fjpy laq tcx edqj of urrg uoptsiok gnr tcx urugdszk kbvqdogx lxod, wrucj lmit be evxvcrblvuds. Ytpn we lmit qdzv to wvkzg eea plahltrjcjb gnr abasip erliosq lmit be vbgdubik in Lavqcn,” Cšhlžxc gjny.

Ytp axigjp ugd to be fisosipi ablaq yit proogtg sjuvlbk to tcx urugdszk askdxnedge, he gjny.

“L’Zi pohvxvuup to zvwlbf tcx axigjp wek to pitggejuixc ihseown tccg gnr fxtqxvtrolh virqgaxuc. L’Zi qscitstwu to ktrl ablaq lsrbtntgs prkiai gnr tqntv laq pizl urugdszk lmit be kbvqdogxd pfbu of neybbq,” tcx lrwhjeiv bebnh.

Sliaygrit pgqqj to bsxjr tcx urrg tbyv Zjgxqvp.

BNS
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