INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Pushing frontiers - Lithuania develops appeal

Since Lithuania became an independent state in the early 1990s, the country's infrastructure has been dramatically modernised to meet international standards. The Baltic state is now drawing on the fact it is not an over-commercialised tourist destination and is an easily accessible and cost-efficient C&I option.

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