The Baltics Today

Bank of Lithuania to operate not only as heavy-handed demanding regulator

The absolute majority of financial market participants supervised by the Bank of Lithuania acknowledge that supervision by the central bank is effective, while the respondents assess highly the competence and behaviour of the supervisory staff – this is reflected in the results of the first surve...

Latvian exports creep forward in a determined way

According to the data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB), the turnover value of the external trade of Latvian goods in December dropped by 2.6% month-on-month, with goods exports dropping by 8.8% and imports increasing by 11.4%. Year-on-year, the goods export and import values posted positi...

UPB and Re&Re the only construction companies that meet requirements for building Liepaja Prison

The only Latvian construction companies that at the moment meet the requirements on companies that want to apply for building a new prison in Liepaja are the joint-stock company UPB and Re&Re, both in terms of turnover and having the industrial security certificate, as LETA has found out.

Electricity prices in Lithuania drop w-o-w as demand falls

Electricity prices across the Baltic Sea region went down last week as demand for power declined due to improved weather conditions, Litgrid said LETA/BNS on Monday.

Spruds: If everything with NATO was fine, we would not need to keep reminding about this so frequently - The Baltic Times

RIGA - If it is constantly repeated that NATO as an alliance continues to function, this means that something is not completely right, the direc......

Estonian defense contractor Milrem enters into partnership with UAE’s defense industry

The Estonian defense contractor Milrem has signed a memorandum of understanding with IGG Aselsan Integrated Systems (IAIS), a joint venture of the United Arab Emirates' International Golden Group and Turkey's Aselsan, informes LETA/BNS.