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Lithuania: EUR 1-billion anti-inflation plan to be unveiled

The Lithuanian government is expected to unveil a plan of measure to cushion the impact of soaring energy, food and other prices for households and businesses. The government’s proposed 1-billion-euro measures include increasing pensions, compensation payments and other social benefits for the lowest earners, as well as raising the non-taxable income threshold. According to sources,…


Latvia: LDz to fire 600 more employees

Due to the drop in freight, Latvian Railway (LDz) could fire approximately 600 more employees, the Latvian Minister of Transport Talis Linkaits said on March 31. “The initial estimate suggests 600 more employees could be laid off,” said the minister, adding that LDz had been ordered to prepare the best-case and worst-case scenarios and an…


Georgia: economy up in February 2022

The estimated real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Georgia increased by 14.6% YoY in February, while the average real GDP grew by 16.3% in January-February, the latest data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat) showed. The largest share of GDP growth was posted in the following sectors: manufacturing, transportation and storage, electricity, gas,…