German investors in Lithuania call for labour law reforms and better vocational training

Nine out of ten German investors in Lithuania are happy with their choice to invest in the country, although many believe that the government could do more in areas like labour law and professional training, according to a survey by the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce (AHK).
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