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Thursday, 23.05.2013, 09:43
On Tuesday, after voting, the Seimas approved amendments to the draft law on the Visaginas Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) construction.
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Until the end of 2012, kroons can be exchanged for euro in addition to the central bank’s museum also at all the cash offices of Swedbank and SEB, as well as at the head office of Krediidipank in Tallinn, Estonian central bank announced.
Tallinn City council approved new fares of express buses which will become equal to price of tickets at ordinary buses as of September 2012, the city council said in a statement.
Joint-stock dairy company Smiltenes piens increased its turnover by 26.5% in 2011 to LVL 7.05 million, according to information at Firmas.lv.
Administrative corruption in Latvia is most widespread in the healthcare sector, Corruption Prevention Bureau (CPB) Chief Jaroslavs Strelcenoks said during a Saeima Corruption Prevention Sub-Committee meeting today.
The 2011 International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) rankings have been released, and Tallinn is among one of the biggest climbers moving from 65th place in 2010 to 43rd in worldwide rankings, leaving behind big cities like New York, Moscow, and Frankfurt am Main, the Tallinn's Tourism Board said in a report.
A total of 1,498,500 tourists have stayed in Tallinn's accommodation establishments, and 438,000 cruise passengers visited the European Cultural Capital in 2011, the Tallinn Tourism Board said in a statement.