Investors’ Forum News

09-08-2017

Head of the State Tax Inspectorate: We Have to Promote Business Investments

On 9 August, members of the Tax Working Group of the Investors’ Forum met Edita Janusiene, the newly appointed head of the State Tax Inspectorate. The group members discussed the most common problems faced by investors and presented suggestions for the improvement of the activities of the State Tax Inspectorate. 
“We understand that businesses create jobs, pay fair wages and taxes, and therefore our goal is to create favourable conditions for its development”, E. Janusiene emphasised.

18-07-2017

The End of Seimas Spring Session: Positive Signals for the Investors

Members of the Investors’ Forum say that the newly elected members of the Seimas demonstrated ability to make determined decisions for improving the business environment. In their assessment of the end of the Seimas Spring Session, investors distinguished university optimization plan, the new Labor Code and the amendments to the Forest Law, which have opened a number of SRS reforms and shorten the environmental impact assessment procedures. However, in the last six months, there were also no critically acclaimed decisions, such as additional restrictions on alcohol trade and supplemental Insemination Law.

14-07-2017

Investors’ Forum Annual Report 2016 IF publications

Annual activity report to highlight the main activities, proposals, members, accounts of Investors’ Forum. You can download it here.  

21-06-2017

Research: Foreign Investors’ Confidence for Lithuanian Business Environment is Increasing ICIL researches

Investors maintain a positive outlook of Lithuania’s economy as the Investors’ Confidence Index for Lithuania (ICIL) reaches record high value of 1,303 (2 max) in the second quarter of 2017. 

08-06-2017

Geopolitics expert: Lithuania and Eastern Europe the Most Promising Old Continent’s Region Uncategorized

 

“The most attractive part of Europe now is Eastern Europe. These are the countries that have been long occupied by the Soviet Union, after it failed in 1991. It became available, integrated in the European Union, but in many ways keeping their independence. They have educated people, and in this regard, the region is one of the most unique in the world. In emerging economies, education and educated society provides a tremendous advantage”, noted G. Friedman.

25-04-2017

The traditional annual initiative “No Country For Shadow” Uncategorized

Traditional “No Country For Shadow” week will take place on 15th May in Vilnius and will be spread in Lithuanian main cities by the 21st May. “No Country for Shadow” is organised aiming to develop a responsible, active and conscious society as well as to invite citizens to make a change in their daily choices, which could affect the scale of shadow economy in the country.

By sharing specially prepared postcards we hope to inspire debate and thought in everyone’s head about the long-term implications that ‘Shadow’ brings upon the economy.

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