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May 13, 2014
Belarussian businesswoman Oksana Shapovalova smiles as she poses for a picture in her spa hotel in Amatciems...
AMATCIEMS, Latvia
Belarussian businesswoman Oksana Shapovalova smiles as she poses for a picture in her spa hotel in Amatciems...
Belarussian businesswoman Oksana Shapovalova smiles as she poses for a picture in her spa hotel in Amatciems April 17, 2014. Shapovalova opened a spa hotel last year in the eco-village of Amatciems, some 80 km (50 miles) northeast of Latvia's capital, Riga. She and her husband have invested 2 million euros and employ 30 people, most of them Latvians. "As we want to live and work here, we need to have a residency permit," Shapovalova told Reuters before giving a tour of the hotel where guests can enjoy the Turkish sauna or an ayurvedic massage. The couple still run a business in Minsk and travel back and forth. But they are thinking about moving permanently. "Latvia is very convenient because it is close to Belarus, there is no language barrier. When we come here, I feel very free." Picture taken April 17, 2014. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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