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Reduced 5 pct VAT rate on online media approved  (1)

2020 m. gruodžio 27 d. 06:45

Lithuanian will apply a reduced VAT rate of 5 percent on electronic media – newspapers, magazines and other periodicals – from January 2021, a move...

The value added tax will remain 21 percent in Lithuania after the country's parliament on Thursday rejected the liberals' initiative to cut it to 18 percent...

The State Tax Inspectorate (hereinafter referred to as the VMI) informs that the residents of Lithuania spend more money playing video games and using...

Maxima Grupė [Maxima Group] has entered the Polish market and sees the biggest potential for the company’s growth in this particular country. The head of...

Russian politics in Putin’s new term

2019 m. vasario 5 d. 17:07

Russian President Vladimir Putin is the great survivor of European politics. Western leaders come and go, but Putin has persisted. He has managed to hold...

Luminor economists forecast economy to grow at 2.7% next year in Lithuania, as external economic environment is expected to deteriorate. The GDP growth will...

Lithuanian PM against lower VAT on food products

2017 m. rugpjūčio 3 d. 09:48

Government mulls tax reform closed meeting

2017 m. gegužės 29 d. 13:59