Lithuania has set up a Lithuanian-Norwegian business chamber in Oslo. It is the first and probably the major step towards creating even tighter business relations between the two countries.
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The newly created business chamber will encourage bilateral cooperation between businesses. The short-term goals include not only rallying and motivating Lithuanian companies based on sectoral approach, but also assisting Lithuanian entrepreneurs in finding contacts and developing business in Norway. The chamber will also work to inform Norwegian businesses, institutions and organisations about investment opportunities and potential in Lithuania.

The official launch ceremony of the business chamber is planned for 28 August in the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Oslo.

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