An increase in Lithuania's official emigration rate in the first half of 2017 could be due to living standard inequalities or rising prices and it is also possible that some of the people who had left the country earlier reported their departure to authorities this year, experts pondered.
"The trend is not a pleasant one, because, from a formal point of view, the economy is recovering. If the economy determines migration, then with the economy recovering, emigration flows should slow down," Vincentas Vobolevicius, an associate professor at ISM University of ...
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