EU neighbours: Lithuania changes from litas to euros
Lithuania is about to join the euro currency as it prepares to swap over from litas.
In a Politics Europe film from Vilnius, Adam Fleming heard about the Baltic nation preparing for its fourth currency in the 25 years since the days of Soviet rule.
He spoke to Vitas Vasiliauskas, governor of the Lithuanian Central Bank, Martynas Vegele, director of VILPRA, a plumbing and heating manufacturer and retailer and Andrius Mazuronis MP, from the Order and Justice Party.
19 Dec 2014