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Lithuania - Diagnostic review of consumer protection and financial literacy : pagrindines isvados ir rekomendacijos (Lithuanian,Maltese)

Like many Eastern European countries, Lithuania experienced a household credit boom in the long period preceding the global financial crisis. By the end of 2007, mortgage loans in Lithuania reached 20 percent of GDP, issued mostly in foreign currencies, with 59 percent of low-income households holding such loans. ... See More +

Other Financial Sector Study 69784 NOV 01, 2009

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Lithuania - Diagnostic review of consumer protection and financial literacy (Vol. 2) : gerosios praktikos palyginimas (Lithuanian,Maltese)

Like many Eastern European countries, Lithuania experienced a household credit boom in the long period preceding the global financial crisis. By the end of 2007, mortgage loans in Lithuania reached 20 percent of GDP, issued mostly in foreign currencies, with 59 percent of low-income households holding such loans. ... See More +

Other Financial Sector Study 69784 NOV 01, 2009

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Lithuania - Issues in municipal finance : Lietuva Savivaldybiu finansai (Lithuanian)

Since the establishment of Lithuania's independence, the country achieved substantial progress in transforming its local governments into independent units of Government: structural reforms to prod intergovernmental relations were made in 1994 and 1997, and will continue in 2002. ... See More +

Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report 23716 MAY 01, 2002

English

Lithuania - Aiming for a knowledge economy : Lietuva - Ekonomines politiko memorandumas - Isiliejimas i Europa : Uzimtumo ir produktyvumo augimo skatinimo gaires (Lithuanian)

Knowledge is increasingly crucial for productivity, competitiveness, and growth. While Lithuania has a well-established culture of valuing knowledge, it is using its knowledge assets-human resources, education systems, researchers and entrepreneurs, and so on-below capacity, and so forgoing opportunities to compete internationally as well as potential growth and income. ... See More +

Knowledge Economy Study 25757 JAN 01, 2002

English