Lithuanian exporters see no dangers in doing business with Poland

After Lithuanian economist Nerijus Mačiulis said recently that the new government in Poland made the country as unpredictable a business partner as Russia, Lithuanian businesspeople counter him by insisting they do not see any threats in doing business with the neighbouring country.
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