VILNIUS – Once the coronavirus crisis ends and the economic situation gets back to normal, Lithuania will have to go back to financial discipline, which will involve efforts to lift some of the tax breaks and to ensure more effective tax collection, President Gitanas Nauseda said at an annual news conference on Thursday.
“I think that the measures pertaining to the tax-free income threshold and one-off payments, which have already been implemented, provide a really solid impetus to the economy and in particular the domestic market. If the situation gets back t...
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