Arvydas Arnašius, acting head of Invest Lithuania, will step in as permanent head of the government’s foreign investment promotion agency after winning a respective competition organized by the Economy Ministry.
Arvydas Arnašius
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The winner of the competition was announced on Friday, Vaiva Gogelienė, an adviser to the economy minister, told BNS.

Arnašius, who has degrees in economics, finance and marketing, has a record of managing work at Western Union, Johnson & Johnson and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

Milda Dargužaitė resigned as head of Invest Lithuania in late March, following two years in the post.

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