Euro įvedimo įtakos prognozės smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo įmonėms

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Euro įvedimo įtakos prognozės smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo įmonėms
Alternative Title:
Prognosis of euro transferring influence for small and medium business enterprises
In the Journal:
Vadyba [Journal of management]. 2006, Nr. 2 (9), p. 193-206
Keywords:
LT
Euras; Konvergencijos kriterijai; Monetarinė sistema; Pinigų rinkos priemonės; Pinigų sistema.
EN
Euro; Lithuania; Measures of monetary market; Monetary system; Monetary systems; The criterion of converge.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjama viena iš pagrindinių nacionalinės monetarinės sistemos formavimo - euro įvedimo ir integracijos į vieningą EPS (Europos pinigų sąjunga) problemų, susijusių su Mastrichto sutartyje numatytais konvergencijos kriterijais. Taip pat analizuojama Lietuvos verslo įmonių požiūris į euro įvedimą ir veiksnių, susietų su euro įvedimu, įtaka verslo įmonių veiklai. [Iš leidinio]

ENOn the 1st of May in 2004 Lithuania became competent member of EU. So competent membership in the Europe economic and monetary union is further integration stage of nation economy. Accomplished research showed, that 43.2 percents of respondents’ valuated euro transferring positively. But even 63.6 percents of enterprises, which were free of trading relations with foreign countries, assessed euro transferring negatively. 58.4 percents of respondents thought, it is purposefully to transfer euro and 35.5 percents thought, that it is not purposefully. Lost national currency was the main reason, why to transfer euro is not purposefully. The research showed, that no more exchange expenses is one of common currency advantages. This advantage is the most important as for economics subject. It was argued, that euro transferring would influence enterprise activity positively in various sources, but only 50 percents of respondents agreed with this opinion. Even 60.6 percents of enterprises, which were where of trading relations with foreign countries, thought that euro transferring would influence enterprise activity negatively. The entrepreneurs forecasted, that euro transferring would influence enterprise economic activity negatively: 59.5 percents of all respondents affirmed, that euro transferring would increase cost of goods and facilities. Obviously, that society was not informed about influence of future common currency to economy and residents properly. [From the publication]

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1648-7974
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2019-02-07 11:59:41
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