VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government adopted on Wednesday a decision that opens the way for it to regulate prices in an emergency, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said.
"A decision was taken and it will be possible to regulate prices in an emergency," he told reporters after the Cabinet's meeting.
"An instrument is put in place for the so-called price regulation and monitoring, with the help of the Consumer Rights Protection Authority. The mechanism is envisaged," he added.
According to Skvernelis,...
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