Lithuania - Household final consumption expenditures: Final consumption expenditure of households, durable goods was 10.10% in September of 2022, according to the EUROSTAT. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Lithuania - Household final consumption expenditures: Final consumption expenditure of households, durable goods - last updated from the EUROSTAT on January of 2023. Historically, Lithuania - Household final consumption expenditures: Final consumption expenditure of households, durable goods reached a record high of 34.00% in June of 2021 and a record low of -6.10% in June of 2020.

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Household Final Consumption Expenditures: Final Consumption Expenditure Of Households, Durable Goods
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Romania 20.60 24.70 % Sep 2022
Portugal 15.60 6.00 % Sep 2022
Croatia 13.70 14.30 % Sep 2022
Greece 13.60 8.60 % Sep 2022
Malta 13.50 13.20 % Sep 2022
Bulgaria 12.80 27.40 % Sep 2022
Spain 10.40 12.80 % Sep 2022
Lithuania 10.10 -1.70 % Sep 2022
Hungary 7.40 7.80 % Sep 2022
Latvia 7.00 12.70 % Sep 2022
Luxembourg 5.10 6.30 % Sep 2022
Italy 3.30 0.90 % Sep 2022
Estonia 1.00 1.40 % Sep 2022
Ireland -0.10 3.50 % Sep 2022
Austria -0.70 -5.10 % Sep 2022
Sweden -1.30 1.70 % Sep 2022
Slovenia -2.40 -1.80 % Sep 2022
France -4.60 -3.90 % Sep 2022
Belgium -4.80 -8.80 % Sep 2022
Netherlands -6.30 -7.80 % Sep 2022
Poland -6.90 -7.80 % Sep 2022
Germany -7.70 -9.10 % Sep 2022
Finland -9.70 -12.80 % Sep 2022
Denmark -12.70 -15.30 % Sep 2022
Czech Republic -12.70 -9.50 % Sep 2022
Lithuania | EUROSTAT Indicators