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Central and Eastern Europe have attracted strategic initiatives for many years. Its geographical location between Western Europe and Asia, its various political systems and aspects, as well as its intellectual richness give a strategic meaning to this part of the world.


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  • Lithuania has been a Member of the European Union since 2004.
  • The country wants entry into the euro zone in the near future (2015).
  • Lithuania has a strategic geographic location at the EU's borders and the gateway to Russia and Scandinavia.
  • The country is focused on the outside, especially in trade of consumer goods.

French-Lithuanian trade progresses. After the 2008/2009 crisis, exchanges again became dynamic in 2011. The French-Lithuanian bilateral trade grew by 10.5% in 2012 (1.72 billion Euros). In the first half of 2013, evolution was in favour of France, which saw its exports (253 million Euros) increase by 13% while imports decreased by -9%. This trend was confirmed throughout 2013: the trade deficit dropped to 240 million Euros.



  • A recovery in the construction sector
  • Household consumption is up
  • A fast growing pharmaceutical sector (+37%)




  • A low level of investment
  • Industrial production is down



Surface area
65 303 km²
2.888 million inhabitants
Euro (EUR)
GDP Growth
3.4 % in 2014
Per capita GDP
15 634 USD
Corporate taxes
15 %
Social security contributions
39 %
Working week
40 hours / week
Paid leave
20 days / year
Country COFACE notation
Business environment
French subsidiaries