KLAIPEDA - Lithuanians have been rediscovering Poland in the most profitable for all but Lithuania way – swarming Polish border malls and supermarkets for cheaper eggs, meat, macaroni, fruits, furniture, tools and TV sets. Polish border tradesmen call Lithuanian shoppers a pillar of local economies and estimate an average Lithuanian family departs with up to a couple thousand litas (600 euros) yearly to the other side of the border, just for Polish groceries.Benefits of shopping in PolandBefore Easter, there were so many consumers willing to take advantage of the favorable...
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