Lithuania's economy is showing signs of overheating, however, they are not at the extent they were during the economic boom before the last financial crisis, says Vitas Vasiliauskas, Chairman of the Board of the Central Bank of Lithuania.
"Yes, there are signs of heating, however, they cannot be compared to what they were before the crisis, as the characteristics are different. Crediting is growing at a normal pace, public sector spending is under control, export markets are indeed stable, changes in the Euro exchange rate – they will not have an impact on ...
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