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With Lithuania's export volumes growing, the country's companies are beginning to shift to less familiar markets. The National Development Agency and the national business financing partner Invega have reported that last year Lithuanian companies looked for new non-EU trading partners both in neighboring countries and in distant African and Asian markets.
Export credit guarantees: Lithuanian firms searched for opportunities outside EU last year
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