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On September 27th, the British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania is bringing together International Business community, Government representatives, business support organisations and guests from the UK for a Business Forum "Brexit & beyond: Political and Business implications”.
"Brexit"
"Brexit"
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The aim of Business Forum is to bring together foreign investors, businesses, Government representatives and politicians for a direct discussion and exchange insights on the possible implications or opportunities in relations to Brexit.

British Ambassador Ms. Claire Lawrence will open the meeting and more than 10 other speakers and panellists from the UK and Lithuania will share their views and will discuss the effects that Brexit will have on the political and business environment in the UK and across Europe.

More information is available here. Please register by 23rd September to Sandra@bccl.lt should you be interested to attend.

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