A mission from the International Monetary Fund ends its work in Lithuania on Monday.
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The team, led by Borja Gracia, arrived in the Lithuanian capital last Tuesday and acquainted with Lithuania's general macroeconomic and financial state, growth, the next year's budget bill, social policy and the development of innovative financial technology.

IMF experts also met with officials from the Bank of Lithuania, the Finance Ministry and other bodies, as well as representatives of the private sector.

IMF experts come to Lithuania every six months. The last time they visited Lithuania was in May.

Lithuania joined the IMF in 1992. The fund currently has 189 member countries.

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