After exceptional growth last year, Lithuanian exports have lost momentum
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After exceptional growth last year, Lithuanian exports have
lost momentum
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Mantas Vilniškis; Bank of Lithuania 2018 july 9 d. 14:53

Exports of goods of Lithuanian origin, excluding mineral
products, continue to grow, though at a somewhat slower pace
than last year. In early 2018, nominal exports of Lithuanian
goods increased by 6.8% compared to the same period in 2017
(15.4% throughout 2017). Growth in exports of petroleum
products of Lithuanian origin turned negative. In light of
the latest data, Lithuanian exports are unlikely to gather
momentum in the short run. Moreover, the looming trade war
between Europe, other countries and the US does not warrant
optimism.

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