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Citadele Group's profit reached EUR 14.9 mln during H1

Citadele Group's profit reached EUR 14.9 mln during H1

02.09.2015.

During the first half of 2015, Citadele Group's profit in Latvia reached EUR 14.9 million, which is a 3% increase compared to H1, 2014. "Private investors' becoming part of the bank's shareholder structure marked the beginning of a new development phase for Citadele. This year is notable for investments in the bank's development," comments Guntis Belavskis, CEO of Citadele banka.

Keyword tags: Banks, Financial Services, Latvia, Technology


Education and Science Education and Science, Economic History, Book review

Ilves inaugurated Jaak Aaviksoo into office as the Rector of Tallinn University of Technology

Ilves inaugurated Jaak Aaviksoo into office as the Rector of Tallinn University of Technology

02.09.2015.

"Tallinn University of Technology is one of the pillars of the Estonia's future as I don't know any countries successfully competing in the 21st century without a good technical education," said the President, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, at the inauguration of the Rector of Tallinn University of Technology, Academician Jaak Aaviksoo on Monday, reports BC presidential press service.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, Estonia, Technology


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Approaches to media sector in Europe: Commission’s coordinating efforts

Approaches to media sector in Europe: Commission’s coordinating efforts

22.05.2014.

The article underlines the Commission efforts towards media sector plays a key economic, social and cultural role in the EU. Generally, Europe has a strong media industry, which creates growth and jobs and presents European life, history, culture and values around the world. The media landscape is following a transformation, characterized by a steady increase of convergence of media services, with a visible move towards intertwining traditional broadcast and internet. The EU institutions cannot do much about regulating the media sector in the member states as these “regulations”, according to the Lisbon Treaty, are of supplementing and coordinating character.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, EU – Baltic States, Latvia, Legislation, Markets and Companies, Round Table, Technology


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