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Introduction of the Euro in Latvia

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In July 2013, Latvia was given final approval by the Economic and Financial Affairs Council to adopt the euro on 1 January 2014. It is the result of the impressive efforts and determination of the Latvian people and authorities. Belonging to the euro area is much more than sharing a currency with other countries. It is about joining a community based on solidarity, responsibility and mutual benefits. This new accession also underlines the vitality of the Economic and Monetary Union and is a sign of confidence in the euro. This video presents general views of Riga and Daugavplis, dual pricing shops and market, Euro Exhibition & Campaign.
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Type: Stockshots [short]   Reference: I-081111   Date: 16/12/2013   Duration: 19:37   Personalities: Dace Kalsone, Jānis Blūms, Ton Roos   Location: Daugavpils,Daugavpils - Cicy Council,Daugavpils - Kultūras pils,Latvia,Riga,Riga - EC/Representation,Riga - Theatre Dailes  
Languages: ORIGINAL,

Tags: Euro area , Latvia
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