Belarus and China are planning to set up a joint production of tractors in Vilnius. Relevant talks featuring diplomats and the managers of Zoomlion, Amkodor and MTZ have been held in Lithuania.Belarusian tractors are planned to be assembled using Chinese component parts at the Amkodor Baltic company. Plans include not only gaining a foothold in the Lithuanian market, but also entering the markets of the EU and EAEU. The components for the new products will be produced at the Belarusian-Chinese industrial park Great Stone.