Central & Eastern Europe Investment: Lithuania: Euro membership versus Russia’s gravitational pull

Lithuania's Trakai Castle

Lithuania is tantalisingly close to qualifying for euro-zone membership in 2015. Inflation, which was responsible for the country failing in its 2007 attempt, has been tamed to within the Maastricht level.

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