Genworth Financial, the international financial security company, has suspended new sales in the Baltic states, in an effort to scale down its operations in order to ease the company's financial situation, reported news2biz ESTONIA.
The housing loan portfolio of banks in Estonia stopped shrinking after four years in April this year, Estonia's central bank Eesti Pank reports in its fresh banking sector review, writes LETA.
Estonian agricultural group Trigon Agri has completed a limited capital raising for its Estonian dairy farming subsidiary Trigon Dairy Farming Estonia (‘TDFE’), attracting the Ingman Group from Finland, Trigon says in a statement. Trigon Agri acquired 21% of TDFE, writes LETA.
An especially bleak scenario heralds a fall of the number of doctors in Estonia from 4,500 to 2,500 in 20 years since already now, every 7th doctor working in Estonia is in retirement age while an increasing number of medical school graduates leave Estonia after graduation, LETA/Postimees writes.
In September 2012, Russian industrial giant UralVagonZavod announced its plans to start manufacturing freight trains in Jelgava, writes news2biz LATVIA.
Doctors, nurses and any health care personnel who are looking for a job, will have the possibility to apply to 5 000 vacancies, from May 25 to May 27th, in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, reports the Careers in White medical job fair.