With the purpose of expanding and diversifying export markets Lithuania's industrialist are planning seven business mission for 2015, among them - Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius' led visit to Australia.
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On February 2, Deputy President of the Confederation of Lithuanian Industrialists Gediminas Rainys said that business missions, in line with visits of Lithuanian politicians, will be arranged to three countries: Australia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

Representatives of industrialists will accompany the foreign minister on the visit to Australia in March. A business mission together with Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius to Ukraine is planned in April, while in May the Lithuanian industrialists and the PM will visit Kazakhstan.

This year, industrialists will also go to Armenia, Kenya and Indonesia in search of business contacts.

On 25-26 March, a high-level business delegation will leave for Brussels to take part in the conference BusinessEurope Day 2015.

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