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Lithuania's economy will grow by 2.8% in 2015 despite a range of headwinds, driven on by increased consumer spending, low oil prices and a recovering Eurozone, according to SEB Bank’s latest projections.
Household consumption prevented a potential recession
Household consumption prevented a potential recession
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