Lithuania withstands Russia's embargo

Lithuanian experts say that Russia's economic downturn and its embargo last year shaved around 1 percentage point off Lithuania's GDP growth, but it mostly affected only a few sectors, the daily Lietuvos Žinios reported on Thursday.
Lithuanian milk
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