Date: 27.12.2017.

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In 2017, Latvia had the highest e-commerce growth in Baltic countries

In 2017, Latvia had the highest e-commerce growth in Baltic countries

27.12.2017

Newest data*, published on 15th of December, by European Union Statistics bureau Eurostat about proportion of business turnover online in 2016, where more detailed analysis has been performed by digital marketing agency iMarketings.lv, shows that Latvian e-commerce development indicator** is 9%. Statistics also show that online sales are more developed in our neighbor countries – in Lithuania this indicator is 13% and in Estonia – 16%.

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In December 2017, the consumer confidence indicator in Lithuania increased to – 8

In December 2017, the consumer confidence indicator in Lithuania increased to – 8

27.12.2017

Statistics Lithuania informs that in December 2017, the consumer confidence indicator stood at minus 8, and against November, increased by 2 percentage points.

Lithuanian law-enforcement end probe of activities of Ignalina’s executives

Lithuanian law-enforcement end probe of activities of Ignalina’s executives

27.12.2017

Lithuania's law-enforcement have completed the pre-trial investigation into the 1.5-million-euro auction organized by the Ignalina nuclear power plant (NPP) in 2014. Abuse suspicions were brought against six individuals, including Ignalina's current CEO Darius Janulevicius, former CEO Osvaldas Ciuksys and former former head of the commercial division, Lauras Puslys, reports LETA/BNS.


Grindex plans to keep expanding to EU, South-East Asian markets

Grindex plans to keep expanding to EU, South-East Asian markets

27.12.2017

Grindex pharmaceutical group’s plans for 2018 include continued expansion to new markets, including in the EU and South-East Asia, Grindex CEO Juris Bundulis told LETA.’

UP Invest apply for go-ahead to control Apollo Cinemas

UP Invest apply for go-ahead to control Apollo Cinemas

27.12.2017

UP Invest, subsidiary of MM Grupp owned by Estonian businessman Margus Linnamae that operates the Baltic news agency and media monitoring group BNS and 15min.lt news portal, has applied for a sanction to control Apollo Cinemas, the Estonian company that runs a chain of cafes, book stores and movie theaters, informs LETA/BNS.


27.12.2017

FinMin: tax reform was major gift on Latvia's centenary

The tax reform that is to go into effect on January 1, 2018 is one of the major gifts on Latvia’s centenary, Finance Minister Dana Reizniece-Ozola (Greens/Farmers) told LETA.

27.12.2017

Transportation of container cargos by LDz Logistika up 15.6% in January-November

During the first 11 months of the outgoing 2017 year, shipping of container cargos by rail in Latvia grew 15.63% year-on-year to 11,835 containers, representatives of LDz Logistika, a subsidiary of Latvijas Dzelzcels (Latvian Railways) national rail company, told LETA.

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