Main Lithuanian indicators

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Resident population at the beginning of the month, persons

Usually resident population means all persons having their usual residence in the Republic of Lithuania at the reference time.

Responsible person: Danguolė Svidlerienė
Email:
danguole.svidleriene@gmail.com
Phone number: +370 5 236 4770
Organization: Statistics Lithuania

Monthly gross earnings (excluding individual enterprises), EUR

Gross earnings are remuneration in cash covering the basic wage and bonuses, payable by the employer to the employee directly, including state social insurance contributions and income tax payable by the employee. Earnings include overtime payments, remuneration for work on weekends and public holidays, time not worked but paid (annual and additional leave, idle time which is not the employee's fault, and other time off granted with pay and directly linked to work) as well as cost-of-living allowances (as difference due to wage indexation). Material and temporary unemployment benefits paid irrespective of the source of finance, compensation for unused annual leave, severance pays and similar benefits are excluded.

Responsible person: Dalia Ilekytė
Email:
dalia.ilekyte@stat.gov.lt
Phone number: +370 5 236 4859
Organization: Statistics Lithuania

GDP per capita, at current prices, EUR

GDP at market prices is the total gross value added of all industries at basic prices, plus taxes, less subsidies on products.

Responsible person: Žydrūnas Eisinas 
Email:
zydrunas.eisinas@stat.gov.lt
Phone number: +370 5 236 4894
Organization: Statistics Lithuania

CPI-based consumer price changes compared to previous period, per cent

Consumer price index (CPI) is a relative indicator reflecting the overall change in prices for consumer goods and services purchased by households to their consumption needs over a certain period of time. It is the main indicator of consumer price inflation. The CPI can be understood as an indicator showing the amount the average consumer would have to spend in a given year to buy the same basic goods and services for which one would have to pay 100 monetary units in the reference period.

Responsible person: Dalia Skirelienė 
Email:
dalia.skireliene@stat.gov.lt 
Phone number: +370 5 236 4741 
Organization: Statistics Lithuania

Unemployment rate, per cent

Unemployment rate is an indicator expressed as a ratio of the unemployed to the labour force.

Responsible person: Violeta Skamaročienė 
Email:
violeta.skamarociene@stat.gov.lt
Phone number: +370 5 236 4958
Organization: Statistics Lithuania