Germany‘s recommendations for its citizens to stock up on supplies for potential emergency situations made Lithuanians wonder whether they are prepared. With a number of terrorist attacks around Europe and in Germany over the past […]
The new nuclear power plant in Belarus may be launched one year later than originally planned, in 2019. The Russian company Rosatom, which is building the facility in Astravyets, says that the launch of the first reactor may be pushed back because its body needs to be replaced.
Lithuania issued government bonds worth €15 million on Monday. The state will pay 0.489% interest on average for the bonds that will mature in eight years. By 1 July, the central government’s debt amounted to […]
A four-year-long dispute between the Lithuanian government and Russia‘s gas company Gazprom over €1.4 billion sought by Lithuania at Stockholm arbitration court over overcharging for gas supplies has ended in failure of both parties to prove the validity of their claims.
The Lithuanian government said that it does not support the compulsory registration of unmanned aircraft. The backers of the amendments to introduce compulsory registration say it is necessary to know who owns and is flying […]
Increasing defence spending by the Lithuanian government will increase the size of the defence subcontracting market up to €150 million over the coming years. Gintaris Satkus, director of the Lithuanian Defence and Security Industry association, […]
The Lithuanian government issued bonds on Monday worth €25 million with the average return of 0.041%. Nasdaq Vilnius, which handled the emission, says that investors lent to Lithuania for between 0.02% and 0.05%. The latest […]
The Lithuanian government is calling for applications from home owners who want to make their houses energy-efficient. The funding will be available to owners of one or two-household residences. They will be able to use […]
A week ago, we saw the first opinion polls conducted after the launch of the official election campaign. Although things can change dramatically over the coming six months before October’s general elections, looking at “ground zero” situation can tell us much about how the campaign may develop and what results to expect. […]