City rich in entrepreneurs struggles with municipality


Development in Kaunas is slow and inconsistent, complain the executives of successful companies in Lithuania’s second city. They are looking for answers to when the breakthrough for the temporary capital, long promised by Kaunas’ local politicians, will take place. One encouraging sign is that the number of tourists visiting the city is growing, giving a push to the development of the hotel market. The city, situated on the Via Baltica, midway between Vilnius and the bustling port city of Klaipeda, certainly seems to have the potential to attract sizeable events and increasing numbers of guests.

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