Many Lithuanians follow closely developments in Kiev, where Aivaras Abromavičius, a 39-year-old Vilnius-born businessman, has been put in charge of Ukraine's ministry of economy and trade. He is one of several foreigners invited by Ukraine's current leadership who decided it takes an outsider to tackle corruption and inefficiency that plagues the country's economy.
Lithuanian asset manager Aivaras Abromavičius was appointed Ukraine's economy minister late last year to help save the country from bankruptcy. Is he up for the job, asks Bloomberg columnist Leonid Bershidsky.
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