Estonia and Latvia still waiting for profitability assessment of Lithuanian NPP

The prime ministers of Latvia and Estonia, who are on a visit to Lithuania on Friday, have emphasised that their countries will participate in Visaginas Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) project if it generates a return on investment.
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