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Business tendency survey results and economic sentiment indicator in April 2021

30-04-2021
 
 

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In April 2021, economic sentiment indicator remained unchanged

In April 2021, compared to March, the economic sentiment indicator, i.e. confidence of economic actors – producers, consumers and investors – in Lithuania's economy, remained unchanged and stood at 2 per cent.

The survey results showed that situation related to COVID-19 pandemic is gradually improving: 30 per cent of respondents indicated that their business activity was limited by quarantine (a month ago, 31 per cent). The quarantine affected the most the retail trade (40 per cent; a month ago – 42 per cent) and service sector (37 per cent; a month ago – 38 per cent), while industry (13 per cent; a month ago – 16 per cent) and construction (19 per cent; a month ago – 20 per cent) were less affected. More

 
     
 

Turnover of retail trade and catering enterprises in March 2021

27-04-2021
 
 

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Turnover of retail trade and catering enterprises in March 2021Over March, with the easing of the COVID-19 quarantine requirements, the turnover of retail trade enterprises increased by 7.7 per cent. The turnover of retail trade enterprises trading in food products increased by 0.4 per cent, of those trading in non-food products – 19 per cent at constant prices

Based on provisional data, in March 2021, the turnover (VAT excluded) of retail trade enterprises amounted to EUR 1 billion 119 million at current prices, and against February 2021, seasonally and calendar adjusted, increased by 7.7 per cent at constant prices. More

 
     
 

Changes in industry in March 2021

23-04-2021
 
 

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Changes in industry in March 2021

 

In March 2021, industrial production totalled EUR 2.2 billion at current prices and, compared to February, seasonally and calendar adjusted, increased by 4.5 per cent at constant prices (unadjusted – 16.8 per cent). More

 
     
 

Business tendency survey results and economic sentiment indicator in March 2021

31-03-2021
 
 

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Business tendency survey results and economic sentiment indicator in March 2021In March 2021, economic sentiment indicator increased by 3 percentage points

In March 2021, compared to February, the economic sentiment indicator, i.e. confidence of economic actors – producers, consumers and investors – in Lithuania's economy, increased by 3 percentage points and stood at 2 per cent.

Although, compared to February, economic sentiment indicator is better, but it was influenced by the worsening situation due to COVID-19 pandemic: 31 per cent (a month ago, 32 per cent) of respondents indicated that the quarantine limited activities of their enterprise. It mostly affected the retail trade (42 per cent, a month ago, 44 per cent) and service sector (38 per cent, a month ago, the same per cent), while industry (16 per cent, a month ago, 17 per cent) and construction (20 per cent, a month ago, 19 per cent) sectors were less affected. More

 
     
 

Turnover of retail trade and catering enterprises in February 2021

26-03-2021
 
 

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Turnover of retail trade and catering enterprises in February 2021Over February, with the easing of the COVID-19 quarantine requirements, the turnover of retail trade enterprises increased by 5.5 per cent. The turnover of retail trade enterprises trading in non-food products increased by 11.1 per cent, while the retail sale via mail order houses or via Internet decreased by 2.8 per cent at constant prices.

Based on provisional data, in February 2021, the turnover (VAT excluded) of retail trade enterprises amounted to EUR 908 million at current prices, and against January 2021, seasonally and calendar adjusted, increased by 5.5 per cent at constant prices. More

 
     
 

Changes in industry in February 2021

23-03-2021
 
 

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Changes in industry in February 2021In February 2021, industrial production totalled EUR 1.9 billion at current prices and, compared to January, seasonally and calendar adjusted, increased by 2.4 per cent at constant prices (unadjusted – decreased by 2.4 per cent). More

 


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