VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government is not planning to provide subsidies to businesses negatively affected by the coronavirus, but the tax authority may consider deferring taxes on a case-by-case basis, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said on Thursday.
"If someone thinks that the state will start giving out subsidies or support, or replace customers and become a customer itself, then this is not going to happen. However, discussions with individual industries are ongoing, (...) risks are being identified and ways of easing the burden are being considered,&quo...
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