Country Intelligence: Report: Lithuania

June 2013
Lithuania Country Monitor;Jun2013, p1
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A report on the economic outlook and conditions in Lithuania as of June 2013 is presented. It mentions the impressive performance of the country's economy in 2012 against headwinds from Europe but the economic growth is expected to slow in 2013. It notes that the industrial production growth in early 2013 stirs gross domestic products (GDP) expansion prospects for the country. It also emphasizes the decline of the country's inflation and strong exports.


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