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2018 was another hugely successful year for Fintech in Lithuania and saw the country cement its status as one of Europe’s leading Fintech hubs. The sector expanded by 45% and saw big names in the industry like Revolut and Google receive licences from the Bank of Lithuania.
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Shopping centers to reopen, excluding weekends

The Lithuanian government made a decision on Thursday to allow all stores at shopping centers to...

Shops allowed in malls to open on weekdays

The Lithuanian government decided in principle on Wednesday to allow all shops located in malls to...

Skuodis: Rail Baltica should have a direct access to Vilnius and Kaunas airports

Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis initiates discussions on the connection of the...

Lithuanian Airports expect traffic growth in Q2 first quarter results published

Due to a complicated pandemic situation in the world, during the first quarter of this year,...

Dispute about fake news and propaganda search platform Debunk goes into court

News portal Delfi brought proceedings to Klaipėda district court to examine the infringement of...

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Simonyte: vaccination-trailing municipalities „moving in right direction"

Lithuanian municipalities that are underperforming in terms of vaccination are moving in the right...

Churches to resume services with people

Roman Catholic churches in all Lithuanian municipalities will reopen to public worship this Sunday,...

1 088 new COVID-19 cases

On Thursday, 1 088 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Lithuania. In total, 231 601 cases have been...

Landsbergis: situation in Ukraine worse than before Crimea's annexation

The situation in Ukraine looks worse than before Crimea's annexation in 2014 amid Russia's ongoing...

Lockdown extended until June plans easing for culture, bars, sport

The Lithuanian government on Thursday decided to extend the existing lockdown until June but also to...