VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government on Wednesday allocated 45 million euros from the state's borrowed funds for the tourism industry hit by the coronavirus crisis.
"It is proposed to provide a total of 45 million euros: 31 million euros for measures to maintain business liquidity and 14 million euros for economic stimulus measures," Finance Minister Vilius Sapoka told the Cabinet.
The funds are part of the government's updated Economic Stimulus and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mitigation Action Plan that was released in early Ma...
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