Lithuania's economic growth expected to accelerate to 3 percent in 2016-2017

The Baltic countries and Central Europe will continue to show decent economic growth, primarily sustained by growing domestic demand. Poland and the Czech Republic will lead the way, according to Eastern European Outlook published by SEB Banka.
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