Positive tendencies will be seen in doing business, as entrepreneurs have found ways to reach new export markets, while outer factors will still pose a risk. Vice-President of the EC Valdis Dombrovskis said that investments will be growing steadily as well.
While a reasonable expense policy and EU funds use should be continued.
The whole of EU will be seeing a slow return to normalcy after the tough years of the crisis.
Lithuania's revised GDP growth forecast for 2015 is at 1.7%, while Estonia's preliminary figure suggests 1.9% growth in 2015, reported LETA news agency.
Latvia's economy is expected to grow 3% in 2016.