According to Danske Bank economist, Rokas Grajauskas, Lithuania’s economy should be level with Estonia’s within three to four years.
He believes that Lithuanian businesses have also adapted well to the Russian embargo on European Union member states.
"In light of growing salaries, a decrease in unemployment and a labour shortage in Lithuania, we will rapidly reach the situation of Estonia in three to four years,” Grajauskas told a news conference in Vilnius on April 6, 2016.
“Our salaries will become...
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