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Lithuania became a member of the European Union in 2004, and since that year almost 470,000 people have emigrated from the country. Now, many of the so-called “generation of independence” - the first generation of Lithuanians to be born after the collapse of the Soviet Union – are returning. And, with their degrees from prestigious universities and their experience working in international companies and organisations, they are having a big impact.
Top young professionals returning to build Lithuania
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