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Lithuania’s exports are expected to jump 5% to €11.1 billion in 2016 driven by stronger economic growth in both the Eurozone and Scandinavian countries, according to Enterprise Lithuania’s latest projections.
Eurozone growth to drive 5% jump in Lithuania’s exports in 2016

Reconstruction of Palanga Airport: main works to begin in September

The European Commission (EC) has approved a public support measure for Palanga Airport in Lithuania...

LiTak-Tak plans to bring EUR 140 mln arbitration claim against Lithuania

The Ukrainian owners of Lithuania's air defense systems developer and producer LiTak-Tak has submitted...

At-risk-of-poverty rate falls during pandemic

The at-risk-of-poverty rate in Lithuania decreased during the pandemic, but not in all population...

Mandatory COVID-19 testing for certain professions comes into force (2)

Mandatory testing for COVID-19 is coming into force in Lithuania on Monday as the country battles to...

Economy minister to visit Kazakhstan in early September

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Migrants crisis: unrest starts at Rudninku training ground (1)

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