International Monetary Fund (IMF) is starting its latest mission in Lithuania and along with examining a range of marcoeconomic conditions it will look to analyse the distribution of income and impact of the minimum wage on Lithuania's economy.
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The team will also examine Lithuania‘s overall macroeconomic situation, trends in economic development, the situation in the financial sector, and budgetary and social policy measures.

The IMF‘s European Department mission that comes to Lithuania every six months Lithuania for almost two weeks. The mission is being led by Christoph Klingen.

Lithuania is a member of the IMF since 1992.

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