VILNIUS – Lithuania is one of the few EU member countries where people's optimism about the national economy has increased over the year, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey.
Fifty-six percent of respondents in Lithuania thought that the situation of the national economy was "good", well above the EU average of 34 percent.
Lithuania and Greece are the only countries where perceptions of the current situation of their national economies have improved from the previous survey – by ten and nine percentage points, re...
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