The trade dispute between Lithuania and China could have consequences for German subsidiaries operating in the EU state. The German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce has warned the Lithuanian government that plants in Lithuania will be forced to close down if relations with China don’t improve. This was reported by the Lithuanian news platform 15min. If no “constructive solution to restore Lithuanian-Chinese economic relations” is found, consequences for the local German economy are imminent. The letter was sent to Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis and Minister of Economy Aušrinė Armonaitė.
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