Lithuania reports access to Chinese market four days after being excluded amid diplomatic row

Lithuanian exporters have again been granted access to the Chinese market, after four days of being unable to send shipments because of technical problems.Vidmantas Janulevicius, president of the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists, told the South China Morning Post that members had been able to select “Lithuania” as an option when entering the country of origin for the goods they exported.“From this morning Lithuania are in the system again,” Janulevicius said.Orders that could not…

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