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2023 02 15
1 billion for the Lithuanian economy: investing in the growth of the business services sector

Ministry of the Economy and Innovation is investing in the automation of business processes in business service centres in Lithuania. From the €1 billion economic stimulus package, a €3 million call for project implementation plans has been launched for business service centres wishing to automate their business processes. The ...

2023 02 14
A. Armonaitė: “Germany can benefit from our experience in digitising the public sector”

Minister of Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė, meeting today in Vilnius with the German Minister of Digital Affairs and Transport Dr Volker Wissing, presented Lithuania’s experience in consolidating public sector information technology infrastructure.

2023 02 06
A. Armonaitė: "Lithuania can help Sakhartvel to open the EU market more widely"

Minister of the Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė, meeting today with Deputy Prime Minister Levan Davitashvili, Minister of the Economy and Sustainable Development of Sakhartvel, stressed that Lithuania has consistently supported Sakhartvel's European and transatlantic integration efforts. According to the Minister, our country's ...

2023 01 30
Health tourism will open a new phase of cooperation between Lithuania and Kazakhstan

Tourism representatives of the governments of Lithuania and Kazakhstan agreed in Vilnius on joint actions to promote tourist flows and envisage more active cooperation in international tourism organisations. 

2023 01 24
Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia discuss joint actions to boost tourist flows

Tourism representatives from the three Baltic States are meeting in Vilnius today to discuss how to step up cooperation to bring tourists back to the region. 

2023 01 19
A. Armonaitė: "A new factory in Akmenė would become one of the largest foreign investments in Lithuania"

On Wednesday,  Minister of the Economy and Innovation, Aušrinė Armonaitė, met with the leaders of the Irish company Clon Bio Group and introduced them to the advantages of our country that can be used by large foreign investors. The Irish company presented to the Minister the possibility of investing up to EUR ...

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2023 01 18
New Commercial Attaché in Poland starts work

In order to strengthen the representation of Lithuania's economic interests in Poland, which is one of Lithuania's priority markets for exports and innovation cooperation, Tomašas Pozlevičius has taken up the post of Commercial Attaché at the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to the Republic of Poland.  

2023 01 13
Audrey Tang becomes the first minister to be granted the e-Lithuanian status

On January 12, Taiwan's Minister of Digital Affairs, Audrey Tang, became the first foreign minister to receive the status of Lithuania's electronic resident (e-resident). This status entitles the person to use the administrative, public, and, in the future, commercial services provided remotely.

2023 01 12
Taiwan Plans to Invest in Digital Literacy of Lithuanian Children

Minister of the Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė met with Taiwan’s Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang in Vilnius on Wednesday. During the meeting, the ministers focused on the implementation of joint projects in the fields of digital literacy, financial technology and innovation in the public sector, and digitisation. 

2023 01 09
Lithuania has been recognised - the US recognised our country as an innovation champion

Lithuania earned the highest ranking of “Innovation Champion” at the International Innovation Scoreboard in CES 2023, one of the world's largest technology trade fairs in Las Vegas. Together with 23 other countries, our country has been awarded the highest honour in this field. 

2023 01 04
Almost €78 million for mission-based science and innovation programmes

The Ministry of the Economy and Innovation, together with the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, brings together the strongest science and business sectors to tackle society's most pressing problems. A new funding tool to tackle problems important to the society is launched: a call for proposals was launched for mission-based science and innovation ...

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2022 12 29
1 billion for the Lithuanian economy: calls for support have already been announced for €215 million

In three months, the Ministry of the Economy and Innovation has launched calls for almost €215 million out of the nearly €1 billion in financial support foreseen to strengthen the Lithuanian economy by the end of 2023. This accounts for about one fifth of the total amount planned.

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