The decision by Lithuania's Energy Minister Zygimantas Vaiciunas to initiate peace talks with Germany's company Danpower on cogeneration projects in Vilnius and Kaunas drew controversial responses.
Supporters of the step say that the search for compromise is a cheaper decision that is welcomed by investors, while critics are astonished that the peace pact was proposed after the ministry's victory in the court of first instance.
It is a rare case in Lithuania when a peaceful settlement rather than litigation is chosen in large deals or invest...
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