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LITHUANIA: Authorities prepare draft plan for alcohol privatisation

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Lithuania is preparing the privatisation of its state-owned alcohol producers and a commission drafting the concept is to propose that the companies with the poorer financial performances be sold off first, according to the local press. Wine maker Anyksciu Vynas and vodka producer Vilniaus Degtine will apparently fall into this category.


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