Graužinienė has presented the investment environment in Lithuania and highlighted that the biggest asset of the country is young, bright, educated and creative people and their achievements.
“Both our countries are mostly rich in educated people. Lithuania is rapidly introducing new technologies and biotechnologies, our young talented people have become the leaders in the world’s laser market. These fields, also food industry, areas of transportation, logistics, IT and communication technologies are the fields where Lithuania and South Korea could look for cooperation opportunities by establishing joint companies in Lithuania which would sell their products to the European Union and Eastern Europe markets,” speaker of the Seimas said.
Representatives of the Lithuanian business-promotion agency Enterprise Lithuania also presented investment opportunities to the businesses of South Korea.