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[商业新闻] 2014-01-07&01-09 拉脱维亚加入欧元区,冀望经济复苏

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Economically troubled Latvia adopts euro   

Latvian citizens are concerned that joining the eurozone may not be for the best. CNN's Isa Soares reports.


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本帖最后由 polartag 于 2014-1-7 15:16 编辑

As fireworks lit up the skies, heralding a new year, cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euros instead of Lats, among the first withdrawer, Chris, a
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As fireworks lit up the skies, heralding a new year, cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euros instead of Lats, among the first withdrawer, Chris, a
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本帖最后由 mayqss 于 2014-1-7 14:52 编辑

As fireworks lit up the skies,heralding a New Year, cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euros instead of Lats. Among the first to withdraw a crisp 10 euro note was the country's prime minister.

“I believe it's also a big opportunity for Latvia's economic development becoming a member of the world's second biggest currency, it's a big opportunity for raising welfare in Latvia.”


Joining the club hasn't been easy though the country's economy shrank by some 20% at the height of its economic crisis. On top of that,it has pushed through a wrenching austerity program. But the hard grind it seems has paid off. The economy has rebounded, it grew 4.5% in the third quarter of last year and unemployment has fallen,an example some argue that the austerity can work.


“Thanks to these efforts undertaken in the aftermath of a deep economic crisis, Latvia entered the Euro area stronger than ever. In 2013, Latvia's GDP is forecast to expand by 4%, the highest growth rate in European Union. And this growth is expected to continue in 2014.”


While the political elite in Brussels herald the new members those at home have adopted 7 currencies in 100 years fear losing sovereignty,they worried about new tougher responsibility to meet EU targets and price increases. “In all other countries who switched before us ,prices rose,most likely they will rise here as well.That is bad.”“Nice,good-looking money,but unfortunately I still don't understand much.” Well,it seems she's not alone according to the latest polls: 50% of Latvians were against adopting euro. This despite promises of new jobs, of foreign investment and economic growth.


“I wish and I see Latvia would be able to get service on our neighouring countries, to be as a fastest growing region in Europe.” This new beginning moves Latvia closer to the West and further away from shadows of Russia,hopping that their new club will bring it more stability,predictability and prosperity.

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As fireworks lit up the skies, heralding a new year, cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euros instead of Lats, among the first withdrawer, Chris, a

[Homework]2014-01-07&01-09 拉脱维亚加入欧元区,冀望经济复苏

As fireworks lit up the skies, heralding a new year, cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euros instead of Lats, among the first withdrawer, Chris, a
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As fireworks lit up the skies, heralding a New Year, cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euros instead of Lats. Among the first to withdraw a crisp 10 euro note was the country's prime minister.

“I believe it's also a big opportunity for Latvia's economic development becoming a member of the world's second biggest currency, it's a big opportunity for raising welfare in Latvia.”


Joining the club hasn't been easy though the country's economy shrank by some 20% at the height of its economic crisis. On top of that, it has pushed through a wrenching austerity program. But the hard grind it seems has paid off. The economy has rebounded, it grew 4.5% in the third quarter of last year and unemployment has fallen,an example some argue that the austerity can work.


“Thanks to these efforts undertaken in the aftermath of a deep economic crisis, Latvia entered the Euro area stronger than ever. In 2013, Latvia's GDP is forecast to expand by 4%, the highest growth rate in European Union. And this growth is expected to continue in 2014.”


While the political elite in Brussels herald the new members, those at home have adopted 7 currencies in 100 years fear losing sovereignty,they worried about new tougher responsibility to meet EU targets and price increases. “In all other countries who switched before us ,prices rose,most likely they will rise here as well.That is bad.”“Nice,good-looking money,but unfortunately I still don't understand much.” Well,it seems she's not alone according to the latest polls: 50% of Latvians were against adopting the euro. This despite promises of new jobs, of foreign investment and economic growth.


“I wish and I see Latvia would be able to get service on our neighouring countries, to be as a fastest growing region in Europe.” This new beginning moves Latvia closer to the West and further away from the shadows of Russia,hopping that their new club will bring it more stability,predictability and prosperity.
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As fireworks lit up the skies heralding a new year, cash points across Latvia began shooting out Euros instead of lats. Among the first to withdraw a crisp ten Euro note was the country's prime minister.

“I believe it's also a big opportunity for Latvia's economic development becoming a member of the world's second biggest currency. It's a big opportunity for raising welfare in Latvia.”

Joining the club hasn't been easy though. The country's economy shrank by some 20 percent at the height of its economic crisis. On top of that, it has pushed through a wrenching austerity program. But the hard grind it seems has paid off. The economy has rebounded. It grew 4.5 percent in the third quarter of last year and unemployment has fallen -- an example, some argue, that austerity can work.

“Thanks to these efforts undertaken in the aftermath of a deep economic crisis, Latvia entered the Euro (area) stronger than ever. In 2013, Latvia's GDP is forecast to expand by 4 percent, the highest growth rate in European Union. And this growth is expected to continue in 2014.”

While, the political elite in Brussels herald the new members, those at home have adopted seven currencies in 100 years fear losing sovereignty. They're worried about new, tougher responsibility to meet E.U. targets and price increases.

“In all other countries who switched before us, prices rose. Most likely they will rise here as well. That is bad.”

“Nice, good-looking money. But unfortunately I still don't understand much.”

Well it seems she's not alone. According to the latest polls 50 percent of Latvians are against adopting the Euro. This despite promises of new jobs, of foreign investment and economic growth.

“I wish and see Latvia would be able to get (service) other neighboring countries to be the fastest growing region in the Europe.”

This new beginning moves Latvia closer to the West and further away from the shadows of Russia, hoping that their new club will bring it more stability, predictability and prosperity.

Isa Soares, CNN London.
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As fireworks lit up the sky, heralding the new year,cashpoints across Latvia began shooting out euro instead of Lats. Among the first to withdraw crisp 10 enro notes was the country's prime minister.“I believe it's also a big opportunity for Latvia's economic development becoming a member of the world's second biggest currency, its a big opportunity for raising welfare in Latvia.”
Joining the club hasn't been easy though the country's economy shrinked by some twenty percent at the height of its economic crisis. On top of that it has pushed through a wrenching austerity program,but the hard ground it seems has paid off. The economy has rebounded, it grew 4.5% in the third quarter of last year,and unemployment has fallen, an example that Sam argue that austerity can work.
Thanks to this efforts undertaken in the aftermath of deep economic crisis,Latvia will enter the euro area, stronger than ever. In 2013,Latvia's GDP in forecast to expand by 4%, the highest growth in European Union, and this growth is expected to continue into 2014
While the political elite in Brussels herald the new members those at home has adopted seven currencies in a hundred years, they are losing sovereignty, they worried about new tougher responsibility to meet EU targets and price increases.
In all other countries who switched before us, prices rose. Most likely they will rise here as well, that is bad. Nice, good-looking money, but unfortunately I still don't understand much.
Well it seems she is not known according to the latest polls, 50% of Latvia against adopting the euro.This despite promises of new jobs, foreign investment and economic growth.
I wish and I see Latvia will be able,together with other neighboring countries, to be as a fast growing region in the Europe.
This new beginning moves Latvia closer to the Western,further away from the shadows of Russia, hoping that a new club will bring in more stability, predictability and prosperity





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本帖最后由 afeiyan 于 2014-1-9 22:48 编辑

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In all other countries who switch before us, prices rose, most market will rise here as well, that is bad.
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While seems she's not alone according to the latest polls 50% Latvian against adopting euro. This despite promises of new jobs foreign investment and economic growth.

I wish and I say Latvia will be able to get our other neighboring countries to be a fastest growing region in the Europe ,this new beginning move Latvia moving close to the west in further away the shadows of Russia, hoping that the new club will bring more stability,predictability and prosperity.


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"Yes,that's in Europe." In all other countries to switch before Euros , prices rose. Most markets they will rise Euro as well. That's bad.

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Not alone, according to the latest polls, 50% of Latvians are against adopting Euro. This dispip promises of new jobs and foreign investment in economic growth.

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This new beginning moves that close to the west further away from the shadows of Russia, hoping that their club would bring them more stability, predictability and prosperity.

Ease Swoler, CNN, London.
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