Lithuania takes lead in China business
- From wire reports
RIGA - Arijandas Sliupas, deputy minister of transport and communications in Lithuania, was on an official visit to the People’s Republic of China last month, where his mission was to highlight that “Lithuania seeks to establish a stable, constructive and mutually beneficial relationship with China,” reports ELTA. He added that, “Therefore, the newly opened representative office of one of the largest Lithuanian transport companies, Lithuanian Railways, can become a great learning tool when planning and implementing international projects, i.e. it allows us to iden...
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