Lithuanian SMEs focussing on investment in domestic markets

Instead of strengthening their positions abroad or looking for new markets, small and medium sized Lithuanian companies are this year planning to increase investment in expansion in domestic markets, a survey commissioned by SEB Bank shows.
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