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Tele2 turnover in Latvia down 6% in 2014

Mobile communications operator Tele2 turnover in 2014 reached EUR 100 million, the company informed LETA. This is 6% less than in 2013, when Tele2 turned over EUR 106 million, reports LETA.

Latvian bill proposes restitution of formerly Jewish-owned properties - The Baltic Times

The Saeima (the Latvian Parliament) yesterday forwarded several draft bills to committees proposing the restitution of five formerly Jewish-owne......

Estonian RMK boosts profits in 2014

According to preliminary data, the Estonian State Forest Management Centre (Riigimetsa Majandamise Keskus – RMK) increased turnover by 5.6% and profit by 29.3% in 2014, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

Baltic Assembly discusses Rail Baltica project and energy security

On Friday, the Committee on Economics, Energy and Innovations of the Baltic Assembly (BA) held a sitting at the Seimas in Lithuania to discuss transport and infrastructure projects, further cooperation of Baltic and Nordic countries in energy security, energy supply and economy, reports LETA/ELTA.

Latvia one of leaders in EU foreign policy performance in 2014

In 2014, Latvia was a leader in Europe's foreign policy performance five times, which is two times more than in 2013, according to a study titled "The European Foreign Policy Scorecard 2015" conducted by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), informs LETA.

Transformer for LitPol Link to be brought to Lithuania

On Friday, January 30th, the first transformer, one of the most important parts of machinery for electricity connection with Poland, will arrive to Klaipeda Container Terminal. Over 7-meter-long transformer weighing 110 tonnes will be transported from Klaipeda to Alytus by a lorry on a twelve axl...