EU gears up against economic coercion

For a few days, the state of Lithuania apparently no longer existed for China’s customs officials. A Lithuanian wood exporter reported on a news portal that 300 containers were stuck outside Chinese ports. This was quickly followed by other Lithuanian companies, who also reported that their goods were not cleared by customs. “It seems that such a country is non-existent on China’s custom system,” said Vidmantas Janulevičius, president of the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists.

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