International Monetary Fund

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Justina Vaišvilaitė-Braziulienė

Lithuania has weathered the shocks of recent years and should recover faster than projected, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission said in Vilnius on Friday. The IMF forecasts gross domestic product (GDP) growth in Lithuania at 2.4% this year, up from 2.2% in April.

Lithuania's economy is stable and the country is better than ever prepared for challenges, the head of the central Bank of Lithuania and experts from an International Monetary Fund mission, who have finished the work in the country, say.

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