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A woman shows a 10 euro note after withdrawing it from a cash machine in Riga on January 1, 2014 as fireworks lit up the capital after midnight, ringing in the New Year and the country's entry into the troubled eurozone. While leaders feted the 18th addition to the bloc, the people of this Baltic state bade a reluctant farewell to their cherished lats -- seen as a symbol of independence from the Soviet Union -- to switch to the debt-mired European single currency. AFP PHOTO /AIVARS LIEPINSAIVARS LIEPINS/AFP/Getty Images
A woman shows a 10 euro note after withdrawing it from a cash machine in Riga on January 1, 2014 as fireworks lit up the capital after midnight, ringing in the New Year and the country's entry into the troubled eurozone. While leaders feted the 18th addition to the bloc, the people of this Baltic state bade a reluctant farewell to their cherished lats -- seen as a symbol of independence from the Soviet Union -- to switch to the debt-mired European single currency. AFP PHOTO /AIVARS LIEPINSAIVARS LIEPINS/AFP/Getty Images

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

Economically troubled Latvia adopts euro

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