On Monday, Canada-based coffee franchise and retailer Second Cup opened a café in Lithuania's capital Vilnius, in business centre 3 Burės. EUR 200,000 was invested in the café and more establishments are in the plans. The franchise in Lithuania is headed by Laurence Villamin.
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