EU Commission: Lithuania makes limited progress in solving productivity problems

Lithuania has made some progress in addressing the European Commission's recommendations issued last May: the country has made headway regarding fiscal issues and strengthening of human capital, but has achieved only limited progress in adopting measures to improve productivity.
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