Date: 20.09.2018.

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Danske may face 536 mln euros fine

Danske may face 536 mln euros fine

20.09.2018

Denmark's government has said that Danske Bank is potentially facing a fine as big as four billion kroner, or about 536 mln euros, if found guilty for its role in one of Europe's biggest money laundering scandals, informs LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Banks, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Financial Services, Legislation



Lithuanian government hopes papal visit will encourage religious tourism

Lithuanian government hopes papal visit will encourage religious tourism

20.09.2018

Lithuania's government hopes the upcoming papal visit will encourage religious tourism in the country as around 250 foreign journalists are coming to Lithuania to cover Pope Francis' visit, informs LETA/BNS.

Riga Stradins University opens second branch abroad

Riga Stradins University opens second branch abroad

20.09.2018

Riga Stradins University (RSU) has signed a cooperation agreement with a hospital in Italian Bolzano city on opening the university’s branch there that will serve as the clinical base for studies, informs LETA referring to RSU representative Edijs Sauers.


Saeima of Latvia supports in principle raising non-taxable minimum income on pensions to 330 euros in 2021

Saeima of Latvia supports in principle raising non-taxable minimum income on pensions to 330 euros in 2021

20.09.2018

Saeima of Latvia today in the first reading supported a bill, providing to raise the non-taxable minimum income on pensions to 330 euros a month starting from 2021, informs LETA.

Lithuania's total goods traffic up 12.4% in H1 2018

Lithuania's total goods traffic up 12.4% in H1 2018

20.09.2018

The total volume of goods moved by all modes of transport in Lithuania rose by 12.4% in the first half of 2018 compared with a year ago to reach 75.123 mln tons, informs LETA/BNS referring to figures from the country's statistics office.


20.09.2018

Saeima of Latvia adopts amendments on transition to competence-based learning contents

Saeima of Latvia today in the final reading adopted amendments to the Education Law that were necessary to gradually introduce competence-based learning contents in education, informs LETA.

20.09.2018

Estonian police to start using mobile speed cameras from 2019

The Estonian police next year will start measuring speed with mobile speed cameras to be acquired for all prefectures, informs LETA/BNS.

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