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After evaluating world and the country’s economic trends, the bank of Lithuania is lowering this year’s economic growth forecast from 3.4% to 3.2%. Next year’s insights are not changing, it is expected that in 2019, the economy will grow by 2.8%. Wages will continue growing faster than inflation, unemployment will consistently decline.
Newest Bank of Lithuania forecasts: what awaits in 2019
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