Central & Eastern Europe Investment: Latvia: Bounceback economy adopts the euro

Facade and environment of St Peter's church in Riga Latvia

Latvia is the eighteenth and newest member of the EU and was the fourth CEE state, after Slovenia, Slovakia and Estonia, to join the euro-zone.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds