Dual citizenship, tax incentives would encourage emigrants to return to Lithuania

Many emigrants hope to return to Lithuania and dual citizenship and tax-incentives for starting a business would encourage them to do so, Dalia Henke, chairwoman of the Lithuanian World Community, said on Friday.
Dalia Henke
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