According to Ernst & Young's (EY) annual Eurozone Economic Growth Forecast, Lithuania will surpass Latvia next year as the fastest growing eurozone economy, even though Latvia's economic growth is expected to grow faster than this year.
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According to the EY report, Latvia's economy will grow by about 3.4 percent next year, but Lithuania is expected to see growth at around 4.5 percent, which means that after several years of posting the highest growth in Europe, Latvia will no longer be the fastest growing economy, at least in the eurozone.

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