Lithuanian and Polish cbanks sign supervisory deal

Governors of the central banks of Poland and Lithuania on Thursday signed an agreement to facilitate banking supervision between the two countries. The Lithuanian central bank said the agreement would help to unify banking supervision standards that will aid in regulating the activities of banks operating across the neighbouring countries' borders.

"It has been three years since a Polish bank opened in Lithuania. This agreement will improve banking supervision and cooperation between banks,"

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