Analysts: Lithuania's competitiveness progress is slow and not where it's needed

A Baltic Sea region index compiled by Swedbank shows that despite considerable progress, Lithuania is still not as competitive as it could be. Lithuania was placed among the top third of the most competitive countries in the world, which is a better result than last year, but essential progress is still needed.
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