The Baltics Today

Lithuania’s GDP growth highest among EU countries in decade

Ten years ago today, the European Union expanded the most in its history. A community with 15 states became one of 25 (it now has 28 members). The expansion was mainly eastward, absorbing eight countries formerly controlled by or part of the Soviet Union, and unleashing big waves of migration to the west. But the EU also acquired two small Mediterranean states: Cyprus and Malta. The Economist has examined how have all ten fared since then, informs ELTA/LETA.... Read more...

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