Exports

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Ludo Segers | the Lithuania Tribune

Walking through Tokyo Station on a weekday morning with tens of thousands of people leaves the impression of a well orchestrated ballet where the dancers manage to find their way through what looks like a labyrinth of train lines, subway, shopping areas and high speed train lines. Most of these peop...

Exports of transport services to Russia is offset by providing more of these services to the European Union (EU) countries. The results of the Lithuania's Review of the first half of the year, prepared by the Bank of Lithuania, show that the most rising exports markets are to Austria, Denmark and Fr...

This week specialists from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan are visiting Lithuania to examine how food and veterinary control is implemented in the beef sector. Inspection results will determine further negotiations over export of Lithuanian beef and its products to Japan...

Bank DNB analysts say that it is clear when evaluating Lithuania's short-term export prospects that the first six months of 2015 will be the hardest. Producers who incurred losses due to harsh sanctions imposed by Russia are now reorienting towards new markets and reforming their business models.

Good news from Chile has reached manufacturers of milk products this week - an official permission has been granted for them to export their production to this country, Lithuania's State Food and Veterinary Service (VMVT) reports.