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Factris, the Amsterdam-based provider of factoring services has merged its operations with Lithuanian Fintech company Debifo. Factris intends to scale its...

2018 was another hugely successful year for Fintech in Lithuania and saw the country cement its status as one of Europe’s leading Fintech hubs. The...

Technology companies from 14 countries around the world, including Australia, China, Canada, Switzerland and others have established partnership with...

A month ago, Lithuania was the first country in Europe to grant a specialised banking license to the company Revolut, which caused member of Seimas Stasys...

Paystra, a fintech company founded and financed by Icelandic payments experts, providing payment services, is establishing its headquarters in Vilnius,...

After evaluating world and the country’s economic trends, the bank of Lithuania is lowering this year’s economic growth forecast from 3.4% to 3.2%. Next...

Railsbank opens new office in Lithuania

2018 m. lapkričio 13 d. 12:27

IMF mission ends work in Lithuania

2018 m. spalio 29 d. 14:25

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