Central Banking

Bank of Lithuania says 90% of population has bank accounts

The Bank of Lithuania's first annual survey, published on April 10, found that more than 90% of the country's population has a bank account.

The survey, which had 1,008 respondents, revealed that use of bank accounts among what the central bank calls those groups most likely "to face financial exclusion" was just below the national average, with 88% of the respondents in this category having bank accounts. The principal reason those who responded to the survey gave for their not having a bank

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