The escalating trade war between Russia and the EU prompted us to revise down our forecast for growth in
Lithuania for 2014. Growth will accelerate in 2015, as geopolitical tensions in the region disperse, trade
restrictions get lifted, and overall external demand imp ..."
Lithuania has seen robust economic growth, due to improvements in household consumption and strong
exports, and has prompted a revised forecast of 3.4% year-on-year (y-o-y) real GDP growth, up from our
previous forecast of 2.6%. This growth is reflected the country's ..."
BMI continues to see signs of a slowdown in economic activity over the coming quarters, which we
expect to persist into 2013. However, a slight adjustment to our net export forecasts has seen our real
GDP growth forecast for 2012 move up from 1.9% to 2.3%. This should provide s ..."