The share of non-cash payments in the total volume of payments is gradually increasing.
Move will ensure Revolut can continue to serve its non-UK customers and hedge against a no trade-deal Brexit.
State-run energy group has set a price range of €22.5-€28 for its shares and global depository receipts for the upcoming IPO in Vilnius and London.
Leaked documents reveal US banks eyed with suspicion transactions totalling at least $7.6bn wired through Latvian banks between 2006 and 2017.
Medical technology company Dexcom's new global business services centre will support its operations and customers across EMEA.
Lithuania’s exports amounted to €2.33bn and imports to €2.50bn in July.
Tourism-dependent Spain and Croatia were worst hit by the coronacrisis among EU members while the Baltic and Nordic countries were least affected, Eurostat finds.
The restart of Belarus' self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko's brutal crackdown on protesters has led to a growing exodus of IT professionals that will destroy one of the country’s most successful sectors.
Deposits of Lithuanian residents continued to grow at a rapid pace in July, while loans to residents decreased.
Robot grocery deliveries, checkout-free stores and facial recognition payments are some of the technologies coming out of CEE as retail goes contactless.
Belarus' self-appointed president Alexander Lukashenko threatened to impose sanctions on Lithuania and Poland and block the transit of goods in reprisal for sanctions the two countries have already imposed on him.