Swedish entrepreneurs undeterred from investing in Baltics, survey shows

Tense geopolitical situation in Eastern Europe has had almost no impact on the plans of Swedish companies to invest in the Baltics. In fact, Swedish entrepreneurs are looking to step up investment in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia over the coming three years, shows a survey the Swedish Trade and Invest Council, Business Sweden.
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