Date: 08.06.2017.

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 27.06.2017, 10:09

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Latvia’s Grindex to pay EUR 0.15 per share in dividends from last year’s profit

Latvia’s Grindex to pay EUR 0.15 per share in dividends from last year’s profit

08.06.2017

Latvia’s Grindex pharmaceutical company will pay EUR 0.15 per share in dividends from last year’s profit, according to the company’s statement to the Nasdaq Riga stock exchange.

Keyword tags: Financial Services, Industry, Latvia, Markets and Companies



Ostapenko on her birthday gets into Grand Slam final

Ostapenko on her birthday gets into Grand Slam final

08.06.2017

Latvian tennis player Alona Ostapenko on her 20th birthday today got to the French Open Grand Slam final, making a historical turn in Latvian sports, reports LETA.

Achema, Litgas, LDT to continue using Klaipeda LNG terminal next year

Achema, Litgas, LDT to continue using Klaipeda LNG terminal next year

08.06.2017

Lithuania's fertilizer manufacturer Achema, the country's single largest natural gas consumer, and two state-owned gas trade companies, Litgas and Lietuvos Duju Tiekimas (Lithuanian Gas Supply), will continue to use the Klaipeda liquefied natural gas terminal in the next gas year starting Oct. 1, 2017.


Estonian Railways skeptical about Kiev-Tallinn passenger train link

Estonian Railways skeptical about Kiev-Tallinn passenger train link

08.06.2017

Commenting on a plan of Ukraine's Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan to establish a train connection between Kiev and the capitals of the Baltic countries, the manager of the state owned railway company Estonian Railways expressed skepticism about the idea, writes LETA/BNS.

Estonia's University of Tartu ranks 314th in QS World University Rankings

Estonia's University of Tartu ranks 314th in QS World University Rankings

08.06.2017

Estonia's University of Tartu rose 33 places compared with 2016 to 314th in the fresh QS World University Rankings.


08.06.2017

Latvian Interior Ministry demands EUR 52 mln for fight against terrorism and other priority measures

The Latvian Interior Ministry had demanded EUR 52 mln for priority measures in 2018, the ministry’s spokeswoman Alise Adamane reported LETA.

08.06.2017

Baltics among 20 member states establishing European Public Prosecutor's Office

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are among the 20 European Union member states that decided at a meeting of the of the EU Justice Affairs Council on Thursday to establish the new European Public Prosecutor's Office under enhanced cooperation, reports LETA/BNS.

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