Foreign investors get a frosty reception in the regional parts of Lithuania as local businessman fear competition and put pressure on councils to keep out foreign investment, according to Rūta Skyrienė, executive director of the Investors Forum, which brings together foreign investors in Lithuania.
Rūta Skyrienė

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