Lithuania: slowdown signs visible

Lithuania’s central banker says it sees no clear signs of an upcoming new economic crisis but warns about slowing growth. Vitas Vasiliauskas, the Bank’s chief, acknowledges that the “income turning to expenses” continues, although differently from ten years ago. According to him, the Bank’s assessment is based on how the 2019 budget numbers. (BNN/Business World…

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Kazakhstan: GDP per capita to increase

Minister of National Economy of Kazakhstan Timur Suleimenov has announced a forecast of the country’s social and economic development for 2019-2023. “The forecast is based on the statistical reporting data on GDP for 2017, the results of economic sectors in seven months of the current year, and the trends on world commodity markets,” said Timur…

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Ukraine: Ryanair launches flights from Kyiv’s Boryspil airport to another six cities in Europe

One of Europe’s largest low-cost airlines, Ryanair, on October 28 launched flights from Kyiv’s Boryspil Airport to another six cities in Europe, namely Vilnius (Lithuania), Warsaw and Bydgoszcz (both in Poland), Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain), Bratislava (Slovakia), and London (the United Kingdom). Flights to Vilnius are scheduled for Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. The first flight to…

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