The Lithuanian government and the businesses can relax for now and enjoy their summer vacation – the Lithuanian economy continues growing at an accelerated pace . The Lithuanian GDP increased by 3.9% in Q2 of this year, compared to the same period a year ago. Meanwhile, in quarterly terms, the seasonally adjusted GDP increased by 0.6%. The annual growth for Q1 was revised up by 0.2 pp to 4.1%, Swedbank announced.
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