The Baltic States share third place for shoplifting in Europe, according to the annual Global Retail Theft Barometer released Monday by a consulting firm in the UK.
Losses from shoplifting and similar crimes in Europe are down by 3 billion euros from last year (although 31.1 percent of retailers reported an increase in shoplifting).
In Europe, Russian businesses suffered the biggest losses with 1.6 percent in damages.
Second was Turkey and third place was shared by the Czech Republic and the Baltic States.
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Baltics Rank Third In Europe in Shoplifting