Lithuania - Labour market not in progress - February 29, 2016

Lithuania has made limited progress in addressing the recommendations issued by the European Commission for the country last fall. In the Commission’s view, the country has made limited progress in reforming its pension and tax systems, in addressing the shortage of skilled labour and in improving the performance of its healthcare system. As regards social protection and labour market policy, the Commission said that the government was considering a number of reforms, which, however, had not yet been adopted hence progress in this area had been limited.

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