VILNIUS – Lithuanian businessmen plan to find out how much the country's customs service is prepared for new customs duties and check procedures amid the ongoing uncertainty related to Britain's upcoming withdrawal from the European Union in late March.
The Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists plans to initiate a consultative meeting next month on the ongoing preparations to Brexit at the level of customs services.
"Lithuanian businesses exporting goods to the EU must be prepared not only for future duties but also for customs p...
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