The Baltics Today

Posts under ‘The Baltics’

Balloon Tallinn will continue flying throughout the year

Balloon Tallinn, one of the most popular attractions among tourists and local citizens in Tallinn, will continue flying throughout the year, making it one of the kind in the whole world, reported BC port's press service.

Producer prices in Latvian industry in August didn’t change

Compared to July, producer prices in industry in August 2014 have not changed, according to the data of Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia. Producer prices of products sold on the domestic market rose by 0.2%, but prices of exported products declined by 0.2%; of which prices in exports to euro ...

The digital gap between the younger and older generation is decreasing in Estonia

According to Statistics Estonia, in the 1st quarter of 2014, 83% of households in Estonia had access to the Internet at home. The gap between the younger and older population in computer and Internet use is decreasing.

DDB Latvia wins at EACA Euro Effies 2014

DDB Latvia received a Gold Euro Effie for its campaign “Let’s Beat Stanford” created for the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga Alumni Association at the Euro Effie Awards Gala in Brussels’ Cercle de Lorraine business club last night.

Transiidikeskus: Mitsubishi train continues to operate as planned

Eesti Transiidikeskus (Estonian Transit Centre) Manager Erik Laidvee said that reductions in automotive production in Russia have not yet had an impact on the container train that transports details from Muuga to the Mitsubishi assembly plant in Kaluga, Russia, every other day, LETA/Postimees Onl...

EBRD supports decision to sell Citadele Bank shares to Ripplewood Holdings

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) welcomes the decision by the government of Latvia to sell its stake in Citadele to a group of international investors led by the U.S. investment fund Ripplewood Holdings and Tim Collins, the founder and CEO of the fund, informs LETA.