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The first results of the Survey of Lithuania's Non-financial Enterprises show that most entrepreneurs believe the events in Ukraine will not affect or will affect only insignificantly the financial situation and their ability to repay loans. During the study, the heads or financiers of around 500 enterprises in different business sectors were surveyed, the Bank of Lithuania reports.
Most Lithuanian companies think geopolitical tensions will not affect business
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