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The deputy minister of the Economy and innovation, Karolis Žemaitis, has met with representatives of Fanuc, a Japanese manufacturer of industrial robots and digital control systems, to present the business ecosystem in Lithuania and invite the Japanese company to invest in the country, the Ministry of the Economy and Innovation reports.
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