VILNIUS – No major changes are expected on Lithuania's exports map in 2017, with companies retaining their focus on markets of the European Union and Russia, while Asian markets will only be an issue for individual exporters, economists say.
Gitanas Nauseda, an adviser to SEB bank's president, says that the exporting companies will continue their attention to keeping their exports volumes in Europe.
"I believe tendencies of exports to the euro area will remain similar next year – moderate growth, although the 2016 exports had de...
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