Lithuanians deal blow to austerity, nuclear plans
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Lithuanians deal blow to austerity, nuclear plans

Vilnius : Lithuania | Oct 15, 2012 at 12:11 PM PDT
Source: SF Gate
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Lithuania (AP) Dealing a blow to the conservative government's vision of becoming a regional energy powerhouse, Lithuanians voted instead for big-spending politicians and rejected plans for a new nuclear power plant. The populist Labor Party , led by a Russian-born millionaire, won Sunday's election... FULL ARTICLE AT SF Gate
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Lithuanian Labour leader Victor Uspaskich made his fortune on Russian gas imports and dill pickles
Lithuanian Labour leader Victor Uspaskich made his fortune on Russian gas imports and dill pickles
 
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