Lithuania Economy Expanded More Than Estimated in Fourth Quarter

Lithuania’s economy grew at a quicker pace in the fourth quarter than previously estimated as industrial output and manufacturing expanded, according to revised data from the country’s statistics office.

Output expanded 4.1 percent in the last three months of 2012, compared with an earlier estimate of 4 percent growth, the statistics office in Vilnius said today by e-mail. On the quarter gross domestic product advanced 0.7 percent, compared with an earlier estimate of a 1 percent increase, the office said. The economy grew 3.6 percent in 2012, the office said.

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