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Saturday, 25.05.2013, 17:03
The Agriculture and Fisheries Council, which will take place on 16 July 2012 under the Presidency of Cypriot Minister for Agriculture, Natural Resources & Environment, Sofoclis Aletraris is going to discuss specific and burning agro- and fisheries issues for the coming months. The activity of Baltic sectoral ministries will show the Baltic’s priorities.
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A new turnaround season of cruise passengers starts on Saturday in the Tallinn Airport and Port of Tallinn, which promises to be several times grander than last year, when it the system was first launched in Tallinn, Postimees Online reports.
Pharmaceutical company "Grindeks" is expanding its presence in the CIS countries and opening a representative office in Armenia, "Nozare.lv" was informed by "Grindeks" representative Jevgenija Briede-Birone.
In the first half of 2012, the Freeport of Riga handled 18.79 million tons of cargo, which is 11.7 percent or nearly two million tons more than in the corresponding period last year, the port informed Nozare.lv.
Refined petroleum product wholesaler Orlen Latvija (previously - Mazeiku nafta tirdzniecibas nams) achieved LVL 369.61 million in turnover in 2011, 80.7 percent more than in 2010, when the company turned over LVL 204.57 million, according to Firmas.lv information.
The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (PBB) will receive a new multifunctional ship in the second half of summer that will raise the pollution fight ability of the state from 1.8 to 2.4 square metres, Postimees Online reports.
Annual inflation in Latvia was at 2.1 percent this past June, the seventh lowest across the European Union, according to the latest data from the EU statistical office Eurostat.