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Telia Lithuania to move to new headquarters in 2019

Thursday 16 February 2017 | 14:23 CET | News
Operator Telia Lithuania plans to move to new headquarters in Vilnius at the beginning of 2019. Around 1,200 employees will work in the 15,000-square-metre building. Staff-members currently work in six separate offices in the capital city.

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Countries: Lithuania
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