The Baltics Today

Tallinn implements alcohol sales restrictions

The Tallinn City Council decided to restrict the sale of strong alcoholic beverages in small shops and forbid selling alcohol near childcare institutions, which means that 124 small stores in Estonia's capital city will lose the right to sell booze in summer 2015, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

Profit of Vilkyskiu earns twice less than a year ago in 9 months

Dairy group Vilkyskiu Pienine's sales came to LTL 278 million (EUR 88 million) in nine months of 2014, up 5.2% year-on-year, informs LETA/ELTA.

Lauma Lingerie opens first franchise store in Africa

The joint-stock Latvian lingerie and undergarment producer Lauma Lingerie has opened its first franchise store in Africa, the company informs LETA.

“New Wave” in Jurmala under the question

The board of the annual pop music festival "New Wave" will decide on a new venue for the event by the end of the year, the festival's founder and organizer Igor Krutoy told RIA Novosti, cites LETA.

Income of Litgrid in 9 months decreased by 28%

During the first nine months of 2014, Litgrid Group’s total income was LTL 300 million, which is 28% less compared with the same period in 2013. Revenues from electricity sales account for 51% (LTL 152.9 million) of the total revenues, reported BC company’s press service.

All Latvian ministries have submitted their budget plans for 2015-2017

All ministries have submitted their spending projections for 2015-2017 to the Finance Ministry, as the Finance Ministry's spokesman Aleksis Jarockis told LETA.

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