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Lithuania's gross domestic product could fall by four percent if all exports to Russia came to a halt and some of logistic companies went bankrupt, Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius said on Thursday, adding that the likelihood of the worst-case scenario is low.
Russia's customs measures could shave off up to 4 percent of Lithuania's GDP
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