Lithuanian Tax Laws: Too Much Commotion, Not Enough Focus 05-29

by Ieva Valeskaite and Karolina Mickute, Lithuanian Free Market Institute On May 11th, Lithuania celebrated its second National Respect for Taxpayers Day. This day became an official commemorative day in Lithuania following the adoption of a proposal from the Lithuanian Free Market Institute (LFMI) in early 2018. On this occasion last year, LFMI launched The […]

Retail Opening Hours: Regulation That Fails 04-15

Out of thirty European countries, sixteen allow retail trade on Sundays, whereas fourteen do not limit retail opening hours on public holidays. The countries which regulate retail trade on Sundays and/or public holidays apply a range of exemptions, suggesting that navigating among the varying interests of workers, consumers, and businesses poses a challenge. In recent […]



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