International Monetary Fund

IMF expects Lithuania's GDP growth to reach 2.5% in 2016, around 3% in 2017

Lithuania's economy should grow by some 2.5 percent this year and expand by around 3 percent next year, driven by strong wage growth that supports private...

Lithuania may lose competitiveness if it abandons new labor code - IMF

Lithuania would not be able to remain competitive if it abandoned a new Labour Code that has been passed by the Seimas , but vetoed by the president, the...

Change in the air in Belarus (1)

The evolving political dynamics of Belarus are causing an unprecedented shift in policy stances and viewpoints that were up to now considered immovable –...

IMF press UK, EU to move ahead with Brexit quickly

The European Union and the United Kingdom should start the actual process of the UK exiting the EU as soon as possible to put an end to uncertainty in the...