VILNIUSWhile Lithuania's path to the EU was dramatically secured in the May 10-11 referendum, the changes membership will bring for the country's businesses have been underway for some time.In fact, the practical realities of EU membership for commercial interests have been shaping Lithuania's business climate ever since it became clear that the country would join the union, according to local entrepreneurs.The most obvious change that joining the European club will bring is entry into what seems destined to become the world's largest free-trade zone. Already the EU is currently Lithuania'...
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