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Thursday, 23.03.2017, 14:16
Lithuanian laser manufacturers Ekspla and Sviesos Konversija (Light Conversion) have produced Sylos, a 4-million-euro laser system that is the first of its kind in Lithuania and one of the most powerful ones in the world, reports LETA/BNS.
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In order to better combat the crossing of illegal immigrants into the country and other offenders, a fence stretching several dozen kilometers will be erected on the Latvia-Belarus border, State Border Guard chief Normunds Garbars told LETA.
Finland’s Realia Group, the largest service provider in real estate management and brokerage services in the Nordic countries, has acquired Swedish real estate management company Hestia, Iveta Ozolina, a representative of Ober-Haus Real Estate Latvia, a member of the Realia Group, told LETA.
On Wednesday the Estonian parliament adopted a law according to which as of April the Tax and Customs Board will each quarter publish companies' revenues and labor information on its web page, reports LETA/BNS,
US point-of-sale (POS) solutions provider Harbortouch is set to establish a product creation and development unit in Vilnius, Invest Lithuania, the government's foreign investment promotion agency, said on Tuesday.
Latvia has been showing the fastest increase in the fertility rate among EU member states as the average number of live births per woman in Latvia rose from 1.22 in 2001 to 1.7 in 2015, or by 0.48 births, according to the latest demography data released by Eurostat on Wednesday.
Police in Latvia, Germany and Great Britain raid homes and offices linked to a gang of suspected cyberthieves
Police in three European countries have raided homes and offices linked to a gang of suspected cyberthieves that targeted online banking customers in Germany, writes LETA.