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Estonia: flow of donations slowing

When the full-scale invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, people in Estonia responded with great zeal and donations poured in. With the war now in its third month, donors’ drive has begun to lose momentum, however help is still needed in Ukraine. Luhansk, Donetsk and Kharkiv regions are the parts of Ukraine currently in…


Poland: Moody’s upholds country A2 credit rating

Global ratings agency Moody’s has affirmed Poland’s long-term credit rating at the A2 level, an upper-medium grade, with stable outlook. Moody’s acknowledged Poland’s efforts to increase its energy security and bolster NATO guarantees, the resilience of the country’s economy and its strong institutional framework as well as a beneficial structure of debt and its relatively…


Lithuania: GDP up in Q1 2022

Lithuania’s economy grew by slightly more than 4% in the first quarter of this year, compared to the same period last year, most economists estimated. Four out of the six experts surveyed believe that the country’s GDP growth ranged from 4% to 4.4%, while one analyst said it grew by 3.2% and another analyst said…