VILNIUS - The latest international trade data shows an increasingly falling growth in Lithuanian exports, says DNB Bank analyst Mindaugas Jurgelis, reports ELTA.
Lithuanian export volume in January, compared on a yearly basis, went up by 13 percent in the then prices to reach 5.6 billion litas (1.6 billion euros). In early 2011, the annual export growth index exceeded 50 percent; it has started to gradually fall since then.
The volume of imports this January, compared to January of 2011, increased by 12 percent, to 6.4 billion litas. The trade balance remained negative, yet, it was...
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