Fiscal Weakness Continues

October 2010
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;
The article presents the economic outlook for Lithuania in 2010 by Business Monitor International Ltd. (BMI). It notes that the country's fiscal predicament will continue as the administration of Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius is heading a parliamentary minority and planning additional reforms to rein in the budget deficit. It mentions that social benefit is making 40 percent of total government expenditures.


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