Thu, 26 Nov 1998: Putting the growl in the Baltic Tiger…



Around 85 small and medium sized companies from Lithuania and about five times as many from Sweden spent the two days in November mixing and mingling with each other in an effort to lay the ground work for future cooperation."So far it's been very good, very inspiring," Pontus Lindberg, area manager for the Chmber of Commerce and Industry of Kristianstad, said to Lithuanian reporters via a television satellite hook up between Sweden and Vilnius. "Business life today is more complicated than ever. This contact fair gives both sides an opportunity to gather information. It's a long process and, at this point, much more social." Despite the "long process," the Lithuanian and Swedish officials said they knew of some contracts which were already... Read the rest of this entry »

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