Lithuanian e-commerce growing but lagging behind neighbours

From January to May, the number of mail or internet orders in Lithuania increased by 34.9% compared to the same period in 2015. E-commerce is opening more and more local and international opportunities for the country's small- and medium-sized businesses.
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