Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis will present his government's planned structural reforms to an IMF mission finishing its work in Vilnius on Monday.
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"One thing is that we'll hear the evaluation of our economic situation and recommendations. And the other thing is that we'll present structural reforms to the IMF representatives," Skirmantas Malinauskas, an adviser to the prime minister, told BNS Lithuania.

The IMF mission, led by Borja Gracia, started working in Lithuania on May 10 and finishes its work on Monday.

The Lithuanian government has drafted and is submitting to the Seimas structural reforms covering the areas of taxation, innovation, education, healthcare, the pension reform, as well as new measures aimed at fight shadow economy.

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