VILNIUS – A no-deal Brexit is no longer a major threat to the Lithuanian economy, economists said on Monday.
Lithuania is now facing more serious threats due to other problems, primarily the coronavirus pandemic which has not caused any major domestic economic downturn, but has affected its key export markets, they said.
"Brexit is definitely not at the top of the agenda, because there are more serious issues," Indre Genyte-Pikciene, the chief economist at INVL Asset Management, told BNS.
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