Medical technology company Dexcom's new global business services centre will support its operations and customers across EMEA.
Lithuania’s exports amounted to €2.33bn and imports to €2.50bn in July.
Tourism-dependent Spain and Croatia were worst hit by the coronacrisis among EU members while the Baltic and Nordic countries were least affected, Eurostat finds.
The restart of Belarus' self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko's brutal crackdown on protesters has led to a growing exodus of IT professionals that will destroy one of the country’s most successful sectors.
Deposits of Lithuanian residents continued to grow at a rapid pace in July, while loans to residents decreased.
Robot grocery deliveries, checkout-free stores and facial recognition payments are some of the technologies coming out of CEE as retail goes contactless.
Belarus' self-appointed president Alexander Lukashenko threatened to impose sanctions on Lithuania and Poland and block the transit of goods in reprisal for sanctions the two countries have already imposed on him.
Estonia is the only Baltic state to have legitimised co-habitation between two individuals regardless of sex, but a whopping 55% of Estonian citizens still support the definition of marriage as a union of a man and a woman.
Some 50,000 people have reportedly formed an approximately 32-km human chain from the Lithuanian capital Vilnius to the Belarusian border to demonstrate solidarity with the Belarusian opposition contesting the fraudulent August 9 presidential result.