Date: 14.03.2017.

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Chinese bank may enter Lithuanian market this year

Chinese bank may enter Lithuanian market this year

14.03.2017

The Lithuanian central bank governor said on Tuesday that a new bank might enter the market this year, but he gave no further details. According to information available to LETA/BNS, it could be a Chinese bank or financial institution.

Keyword tags: Banks, China, Financial Services, Good for Business, Investments, Lithuania, Markets and Companies



SEB ranks 1st among Lithuanian banks by assets and loans

SEB ranks 1st among Lithuanian banks by assets and loans

14.03.2017

SEB Bankas was the number-one bank in Lithuania by assets and loans at the end of of 2016 and Swedbank led the market in terms of deposits, consolidated figures from the central Bank of Lithuania showed on Tuesday.

Elektrilevi invested EUR 88.5 mln in 2016

Elektrilevi invested EUR 88.5 mln in 2016

14.03.2017

Last year the Estonian electricity distribution system operator Elektrilevi invested 88.5 mln euros in assuring and increasing quality, building 253 substations and 2,699 kilometers of new lines, reports company.


Lithuania posts EU's highest annul industrial growth in Jan

Lithuania posts EU's highest annul industrial growth in Jan

14.03.2017

ithuania in January posted the highest annual industrial grwoth rate in the European Union, figures from the EU statistical office Eurostat showed on Tuesday.

Latvia has third largest share of renewables in gross energy consumption

Latvia has third largest share of renewables in gross energy consumption

14.03.2017

Latvia has the third largest share of renewable energies in gross final energy consumption among the EU member states, according to the latest Eurostat data for 2015.


14.03.2017

Number of Baltic M&A deals reaches record high

A new report by Ellex and Mergermarket reveals that M&A deal volume in 2016 was up 24% on the previous year, reaching its highest point on Mergermarket record. And the outlook for 2017 remains similarly robust, in spite of a backdrop of broader regional turbulence caused by Brexit, continued economic contraction in Russia, and slow growth throughout the eurozone.

14.03.2017

There were nearly 9,000 job vacancies in Estonia

According to Statistics Estonia, there were nearly 9,000 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia in the 4th quarter of 2016. Compared to the 3rd quarter, when the number of job vacancies reached a 7-year high, in the 4th quarter, the number of job vacancies decreased by 18%. Compared to the 4th quarter of 2015, the number of job vacancies increased by 37%.

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