The sixteenth government, which has recently presented its program, is ready to take completely “fresh” steps and encourage the investment of residents’ private savings into the economy, reports ELTA. President of the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists Robertas Dargis says that this may be a very smart move.“It has not been done before. Apparently, new mechanisms will be developed in order to attract a large volume of residents’ savings to the economy, [savings] which now are held in banks. (…) it may be a very smart move. However, so far...
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