Republic of Lithuania
Statistical Appendix and Tax Summary

The paper provides the IMF's projections and estimates on Lithuania's basic data; gross domestic product by sector at current and constant prices; gross domestic product by expenditure at current and constant prices; monetary survey; deposit money banks, during 1995–99; supply and use of energy; electricity production and consumption; during 1994–99; summary of consolidated general government operations; interest rates on treasury bills and at commercial banks; indicators of financial sector vulnerability, 1997–2000; summary of the tax system, and so on.

Abstract

The paper provides the IMF's projections and estimates on Lithuania's basic data; gross domestic product by sector at current and constant prices; gross domestic product by expenditure at current and constant prices; monetary survey; deposit money banks, during 1995–99; supply and use of energy; electricity production and consumption; during 1994–99; summary of consolidated general government operations; interest rates on treasury bills and at commercial banks; indicators of financial sector vulnerability, 1997–2000; summary of the tax system, and so on.

Lithuania: Basic Data

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Sources: Lithuanian authorities; and Fund staff estimates.

Average wage deflated by consumer price index.

Calculated on the basis of registered unemployment; end of year.

Balance of payments prior to 1996 are not comparable data.

Average annual interest rate on loans in domestic currency; end of year.

There is a break in series beginning in 1998 when a new classification of fiscal account was implemented.

Including the discrepancy between monetary and fiscal data.

Table 1.

Lithuania: Key Economic and Financial Indicators, 1995–1999

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Sources: Department of Statistics, Bank of Lithuania, and Fund staff estimates and projections.

In percent; weighted average of rates at commercial banks; 1-3 months’ maturity.

Includes discrepancy between above and below the line estimates of the financial balance and balances of budgetary organizations not recorded above the line. Also includes savings restitution payments.

External liabilities minus equity investment.

Table 2.

Lithuania: Gross Domestic Product by Sector at Current Prices, 1995–99

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Source: Ministry of Economy.

Provisional data

Financial intermediation services indirectly measured.

Table 3.

Lithuania: Gross Domestic Product by Sector at Constant Prices, 1995-99

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Source: Ministry of Economy.

Provisional data

Financial intermediation services indirectly measured.

Table 4.

Lithuania: Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure at Current Prices, 1995–99

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Source: Ministry of Economy.

Provisional data

Table 5.

Lithuania: Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure at Constant Prices, 1995–99

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Source: Ministry of Economy.

Provisional data

Table 6.

Lithuania: Supply and Use of Energy, 1994–99

(In millions of tons of oil equivalent)

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Source: Ministry of Economy.
Table 7.

Lithuania: Electricity Production and Consumption, 1994–99

(In millions of KwH)

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Source: Ministry of Economy.

Preliminary data.

Including hydro pump storage.

Table 8.

Lithuania: Employment and Wages, 1991–99

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Source: Lithuanian Department of Statistics.
Table 9.

Lithuania: Unemployment, 1997–99

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Source: Lithuanian Department of Statistics.
Table 10.

Lithuania: Major Privatization Transactions, 1998–2000

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Source: State Property Fund.
Table 11.

Lithuania: Bankruptcy Cases, 1993–2000

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Source: Ministry of Economy.
Table 12.

Lithuania: Balance of Payments, 1995–99

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Source: Data provided by the Lithuanian authorities; and staff estimates and projections.

Including valuation changes. Gross official reserves reported here differ from the monetary survey because reverse repos involving major currencies in both legs are included.

External liabilities minus equity investment.

Debt service comprises interest and gross repayment on external loans, and interest.

Table 13.

Lithuania: Merchandise Trade by Commodity Group, 1995–99

(In units as indicated)

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Source: Lithuanian Department of Statistics.

Includes precious stones and metals, arm and ammunitions, works of art, and miscellaneous manufactured articles.

Table 14.

Lithuania: Merchandise Trade by Country and Country Group, 1995–99

(In units as indicated)

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Source: Lithuanian Department of Statistics.