During an annual meeting with the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, ‘Investors’ Forum’ members presented thirteen proposals for a more competitive investment environment.

The most important proposals for the Government are:
– To establish a balanced and the most competitive labour regulation among all the Eastern and Central Europe countries.
– To improve the quality of public service.
– To take action for the return migration and talent attraction by offering motivating salaries.

“We should definitely seek for particular solutions to improve business climate in Lithuania and to become one of the most competitive country in the region. It is a really ambitious goal, but there is no other way,“ said Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis.

“We hope that the Government will be determined enough not only for the necessary changes, but also will be open for the discussion with business community and society,” said Rolandas Valiunas, Chairman of the ‘Investors’ Forum’.

‘Investors’ Forum‘ members identified that, in order to increase Lithuanian attractiveness for the foreign investors, the Government needs to take action in the following areas: public sector effectiveness, education system and labour relations regulation, as well as to ensure the air transport service between Vilnius and the most important finance and business centres in Europe.