The new 20 euro banknote was presented to cash handlers at the Bank of Lithuania 

The new 20 euro banknote was presented to cash handlers at the Bank of Lithuania
May 5, 2015 The new 20 euro banknote and its innovative security features were presented at the Bank of Lithuania on Tuesday, 5 May. The new 20 euro banknotes, from the “Europa” series, will be put into circulation across the euro area on 25 November 2015 and will circulate together with the current banknotes of the first series.

The rent-to-own service for housing may pose significant risks to buyers

The rent-to-own service for housing may pose significant risks to buyers
May 4, 2015 The Bank of Lithuania has assessed the rent-to-own service when a service provider (most often a construction company) provides customers with the possibility, after termination of their lease agreement, to acquire the housing being leased and credits the lease contributions into the housing price.

Survey: more than half of enterprises believe that geopolitical tensions will not affect their business

Survey: more than half of enterprises believe that geopolitical tensions will not affect their business
April 30, 2015 The first results of the Survey of Lithuania’s Non-financial Enterprises shows that most entrepreneurs believe that the events in Ukraine will not affect or insignificantly affect the financial situation and ability to repay loans of the enterprises that they represent.
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