Local goods start and end online

  • 2008-12-10
  • By Justinas Vainilavicius,
VILNIUS -  The handicrafts' industry is one of a few that has not been seriously affected by the economic crisis. For many, the Internet has offered a way out.  Crafting abilities have run in every Lithuanian's blood since the times when modern lifestyles were unimaginable. In olden times, people tried to escape long and dark winter nights by engaging themselves in the handicrafts. Now they make handicrafts for a living or as a hobby, or both. That is how one of the most popular online handicrafts material stores, rankdarbiai.com (handicrafts.com), was founded. "Handicraft...
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