Date: 23.01.2017.

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 19.07.2018, 23:59

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MG Valda to invest EUR 14 mln in Apranga's new office and logistics center in Vilnius

MG Valda to invest EUR 14 mln in Apranga's new office and logistics center in Vilnius

23.01.2017

Apranga, the Baltics' leading clothing retailer that is controlled by MG Baltic, is building a new office and logistics center in the northern part of Vilnius, close to the city's new western bypass, with MG Valda, the developer of the Vilnius Business Park where the center will be located, set to invest 14 mln euros in the project, writes LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Baltic, Good for Business, Investments, Logistics, Markets and Companies, Real Estate



Three Latvians feature in Forbes list of young leading Europeans

Three Latvians feature in Forbes list of young leading Europeans

23.01.2017

Alise Semjonova, a co-founder and UX designer of data visualization tool Infogram, NBA star Kristaps Porzingis and Sabine Pole, a co-founder of Sorry as a Service startup, have been included in the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe 2017 list, Infogram communications adviser Dagnija Lejina informed.

Nordecon to build apartment house in Sweden

Nordecon to build apartment house in Sweden

23.01.2017

Swencn AB, a company of Nordecon Group, has entered into a contract with the Swedish property development company Brabo Stockholm AB for the construction of an eight-story apartment building in Upplands Vasby in Stockholm County, Sweden, informs LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian electricity market prices rise w-o-w amid wintry weather

Lithuanian electricity market prices rise w-o-w amid wintry weather

23.01.2017

Prices in the Lithuanian electricity market rose last week due to wintry weather conditions, which caused overhead lines to break under the weight of ice and forced wind turbines to stand idle, Litgrid said LETA/BNS on Monday.

Main shareholder in Latvia's Talsu Mezrupnieciba set to make mandatory final buyout offer

Main shareholder in Latvia's Talsu Mezrupnieciba set to make mandatory final buyout offer

23.01.2017

Gatis Staks, the biggest shareholder in the Latvian wood-processing company Talsu Mezrupnieciba, has asked the financial watchdog, the Finance and Capital Market Commission, to approve his mandatory final buyout offer to other shareholders, the watchdog announced on the website of the Central Storage of Regulated Information.


23.01.2017

Head of Latvian delegation to Baltic Assembly urges Lithuania to stop stalling Rail Baltica project

Janis Vucans (Greens/Farmers), the Vice-President of the Baltic Assembly and the head of the Latvian delegation to the Baltic Assembly, at a meeting in Brussels today called for swifter progress in implementation of the Rail Baltica project for construction of the European-gauge railroad through the three Baltic states, reports LETA.

23.01.2017

Merko launches apartment house development project in Vilnius

UAB Merko statyba, a company of Merko Ehitus group, has started construction work on the Rinktines Urban residential development project in central Vilnius.

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