A growing number of Balts are struggling with debt despite the growing economy
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A growing number of Balts are struggling with debt despite
the growing economy
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EN.DELFI 2018 december 6 d. 13:45

In the wake of a long period of economic growth, savings
have gone up – but so has indebtedness. A growing number
of people are struggling: every fifth European needs to
borrow in order to pay bills. That group has increased from
15% three years ago to 20% this year. In the Baltics, the
situation differs from country to country. Every third
Latvian has borrowed money to pay bills. In Lithuania, the
situation is comparable to the EU average (19%), while in
Estonia the numbers are relatively low and only 12% of
consumers have borrowed money in the last 12 months in order
to pay bills.

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