Russian sanctions to shave off 0.2 percent of Lithuanian GDP growth

The growth of the Lithuanian gross domestic product (GDP) may slow down by 0.2 percent in the wake of the Russian sanctions, Lithuania's Economy Minister Evaldas Gustas said after meeting with President Dalia Grybauskaitė on Friday.
Evaldas Gustas
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