VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government's 6.3-billion-euro stimulus plan to revive the economy after the COVID-19 crisis, entitled The DNA of the Future Economy, may contain projects that are not necessary for the state and provide no stimulus to the economy, Deputy Auditor General Zivile Simonaityte said on Tuesday.
"We see risks that the State Investment Program's long-frozen projects that were regarded as not very important for Lithuania may be included in the plan," she told reporters.
The National Audit Office has launched...
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