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After Lithuania's parliament on Tuesday improved the new Labour Code to take effect in July, no changes are expected in the sense of flexibility of labour relations, economists say, adding that the initial ambitious plans of liberalizing labour relations has been downgraded into a reflection of the ...

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A growing economy not only strengthens a country‘s image abroad, but also means better living conditions for its people. Lithuanian economists predict that this year the Lithuanian economy will grow far more rapidly than last year. Exports, however, will not be the main factor of this.

Lithuanian economic growth this year has been the slowest among the Baltic countries, but analysts at Danske Bank predict that the country's gross domestic product growth next year will be faster than in Estonia and, in 2017, will bypass Latvia as well.