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Lithuanian trade office in Taiwan opens in the fall

Lithuania wants to open its long-planned trade office in Taiwan in the fall. The opening is planned for September, said Lithuania’s Vice Minister of Economy and Innovation, Jovita Neliupšiene, during a visit to Taipei. She has already looked at various possible sites for the trade office, Neliupšiene said during a four-day trip to Taiwan. Its counterpart, a Taiwanese trade office in Lithuania, has already been open since last year. The mutual trade dependencies of Lithuania and Taiwan had massively deteriorated the relationship between Vilnius and Beijing (China.Table reported).

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