Lithuania plans public education programme

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The Central Bank of Lithuania is working with the country's banks and Ministry of Finance to put together a programme of public education in economics.

"The discussions are only just beginning with regard to the project, but I think it is very important," Vitas Vasiliauskas, the governor of the central bank, told CentralBanking.com at the sidelines of the Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) annual general meeting. "The banks and the Ministry of Finance understand the importance of economic

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