VILNIUS - Following a tough month in April, Lithuanian economic trends were positive in May, despite a rather gloomy mood in the services sector, Finance Minister Vilius Sapoka said on Tuesday.
"April, which was inevitably affected by the pandemic, was especially difficult for the Lithuanian economy," Sapoka told a news conference. "In May, however, we saw signs of recovery, despite the high uncertainty and future risks."
"Of course, the figures are not something to be happy about yet, but the trend is positive...
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