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Lithuania govt buys PCs for schools

Thursday 1 February 2018 | 14:10 CET | News
The Lithuanian Ministry of Education has purchased 3,600 desktop PCs, notebooks and tablets, reports Vz.lt. The devices will be distributed among primary and secondary schools. The investment totaled EUR 3 million. 

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