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The Lithuanian Parliament (the Seimas) intends to oblige companies employing the disabled to allocate the significant part of their profits (as much as 75%) for the integration of the disabled. Representatives of the Association of Social Enterprises (the Association) state that reintegration is already underway, the proposal itself is not based on any calculations, and regulations on where and how companies should use the money they earn raise more questions than answers.
At a meeting of disables 'Just let me work'
At a meeting of disables 'Just let me work'
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