Lithuania delays issue until market improves

  • 14 Sep 2007

The Republic of Lithuania is awaiting improved market conditions before it issues its next euro benchmark, Minister of Finance Rimantas Sadzius told EuroWeek, as he and his Treasury team concluded a roadshow in Frankfurt and Paris this week.

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