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The economic sentiment indicator, i.e. confidence of economic actors – producers, consumers and investors – in Lithuania’s economy, decreased from minus 10.9 to minus 11.9 percent. The economic sentiment indicator is deteriorating for the sixth month (since June), reports Statistics Lithuania.
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