Lithuanian dairy company says it will lose profits due to Russia's embargo but won't go under

One of Lithuania's major dairy producers Pieno Žvaigždės says that import restrictions to Russia do not pose a threat to the company's existence, but they will have a negative impact on its profitability.
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