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The newly founded association the Polish-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce has been officially launched this week. Its goal is to help businesses of the two countries to establish and strengthen business ties, promote cross-border cooperation, trade and investment.
Lithuania and Poland establish Chamber of Commerce
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