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Generally, foreign investors do not consider corruption a problem of doing business in Lithuania. There is a necessary legal and institutional framework governing integrity in the public sector, businesses and non-governmental sectors. The anti-corruption strategy 2011–2014 was introduced by the government.
However, there are still some obstacles for combating corruption. In order to make sure that anti-corruption measures are being implemented effectively, some necessary resources such as human resources need to be increased. The lack of whistle-blower protection law also undermines the government's anti-corruption efforts.