Every third Lithuanian would prefer foreigner boss

If they were able to choose the chief of the company they work for, only every thirtieth Lithuanian would like to be led by another Lithuanian, while every third of them would like their chief to be someone from a Western country, a poll conducted by cvmarket.lt reveals.
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