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The biggest military purchase in the history of the Lithuanian army will present plenty of opportunities to local entrepreneurs. After the Lithuanian government decided to open talks on acquiring almost one hundred German Boxer infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs), negotiators say they will try to secure maintenance contracts for Lithuanian companies as part of the deal.
Boxer deal bonanza for Lithuanian businesses
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