Lithuania - Comparison of average compensation for workers - August 31, 2016

The central bank published an economic review with analyses of the development of the real economy, prices, public finance and credit, as well as the projected development of the domestic economy. Annex 2 presents a comparison between the ratio of Baltic countries’ labour productivity to compensation of employees, measured in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, and the same ratio in other EU countries. It shows that compensation of employees, as a share of total disposable income, is lower in Lithuania than in other Baltic countries.


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