Country Intelligence: Report: Lithuania

October 2013
Lithuania Country Monitor;Oct2013, p1
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The article presents information on the prospects of the economic condition of Lithuania. The economic growth of Lithuania is expected to remain robust in the second half of the year 2013. Consumer spending is seeing growth in 2013. It is predicted that capital investment will expand in 2013 and unemployment will remain high.


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