VILNIUS - As the prices of food and fuel went up, Lithuanians started tightening their belts: in the last 18 months the number of people buying contraband fuel or giving up their car, also saving at the expense of their diet and health, has increased, shows a poll by the market and public opinion research company Spinter Tyrimai, reports Delfi.Economists say that Lithuanians keep on living in poverty and have not personally felt any economic recovery. Compared to the same poll results carried out in April 2011, the financial situation of Lithuania has deteriorated in the last 18 mon...
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