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International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

statistics through a number of publications, including the SL’s monthly publication, Economic and Social Developments, and the BoL’s monthly Bulletin, and a significant amount of data is available on the Internet: metadata for data categories defined by the Special Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lb.lt/statistical_data_tree ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lb.lt/statistical data tree) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website ( http://osp.stat.gov.lt ) provides monthly and quarterly information on economic and social development indicators; the MoF ( http://www.finmin.lt ) home page includes data on the national budget, as well as information on laws and privatization; and government finance statistics (deficit, debt); NASDAQ OMX Baltic

International Monetary Fund

range of economic statistics through a number of publications, including the SL’s monthly publication, Economic and Social Developments, and the BoL’s monthly Bulletin. A significant amount of data are available on the Internet: metadata for data categories defined by the Special Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lbank.lt/eng/statistic/index.html ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic

International Monetary Fund

number of publications, including the SL’s monthly publication, Economic and Social Developments, and the BoL’s monthly Bulletin. A significant amount of data are available on the Internet: metadata for data categories defined by the Special Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lb.lt/statistical_data_tree ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website ( http

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

the Internet: metadata for data categories defined by the Special Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lb.lt/statistical_data_tree ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website ( http://osp.stat.gov.lt ) provides monthly and quarterly information on economic and social development indicators; the MoF ( http://www.finmin.lrv.lt ) home page includes data on the national

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

authorities publish a range of economic statistics through a number of publications, including the SL’s monthly publication, Economic and Social Developments, and the BoL’s monthly Bulletin. A significant amount of data is available on the Internet: metadata for data categories defined by the Special Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lb.lt/statistical_data_tree ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main

International Monetary Fund

: metadata for data categories defined by the Special Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lbank.lt/eng/statistic/index.html ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website ( http://www.stat.gov.lt ) provides monthly and quarterly information on economic and social development indicators; the MoF ( http://www.finmin.lt ) home page includes data on the national budget, as well as

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

Data Dissemination Standard are posted on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lb.lt/statistical_data_tree ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website ( http://osp.stat.gov.lt ) provides monthly and quarterly information on economic and social development indicators; the MoF ( http://www.finmin.lrv.lt ) home page includes data on the national budget, as well as information on laws and privatization; and government

International Monetary Fund

on the IMF’s DSBB ( http://0-dsbb-imf-org.library.svsu.edu ); the BoL website ( http://www.lbank.lt/eng/statistic/index.html ) provides data on monetary statistics, treasury bill auction results, balance of payments, IIP, external debt and other main economic indicators; the SL website ( http://www.stat.gov.lt ) provides monthly and quarterly information on economic and social development indicators; the MoF ( http://www.finmin.lt ) home page includes data on the national budget, as well as information on laws and privatization; and government finance statistics (deficit, debt

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.
This 2014 Article IV Consultation highlights that Lithuania’s economy has entered a broadly favorable trajectory of healthy and balanced growth, but income convergence with Western Europe has a long way to go. With inflation at historical lows and well-advanced repair of public finances damaged by the 2008/09 crisis, meeting the entry criteria seems on track. Financial stability has improved further in 2013, with the capital adequacy ratio exceeding 17 percent and steady progress in reducing nonperforming loans. The main challenge is now resuscitating the sluggish private sector credit growth, which could undermine investment and the recovery if it continued for much longer.