Date: 22.11.2018.

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 24.07.2019, 01:55

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Exports are fluctuating – what does the future hold?

Exports are fluctuating – what does the future hold?

22.11.2018

Exports are still one of the main drivers of the country’s economy, however, current forecasts predict that in 2019 export growth will decelerate which, in turn, will drag on GDP growth. Following a slower start to the year, Lithuania’s exports have rebounded in the second half of 2018, closing in on the record levels of last year in August. Given such fluctuations, how will this see-saw year end and what awaits us next year?

Keyword tags: Analytics, Banks, Direct Speech, Export, Lithuania



Lithuania posts EU's largest increase in truck sales - ACEA

Lithuania posts EU's largest increase in truck sales - ACEA

22.11.2018

New commercial vehicles registrations in Lithuania grew at of the fastest rates in the EU in the first ten months of this year, figures from the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) showed on Thursday.

Small Planet Airlines plane detained in Vilnius due to debts

Small Planet Airlines plane detained in Vilnius due to debts

22.11.2018

Lithuania's Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) has detained a plane of the country's chartered airline Small Planet Airlines which is experiencing financial difficulties right now,accroding the 15min.lt news website reports LETA/BNS.


Estonian Railways demanding EUR 6.4 mln from cargo operator Operail

Estonian Railways demanding EUR 6.4 mln from cargo operator Operail

22.11.2018

The state-owned railway infrastructure company Estonian Railways has filed a lawsuit against the state-owned rail cargo operator Operail for 6.4 mln euros in payments. Operail finds the action for additional money to be ungrounded.

Lithuanian teachers vow to continue strike over new pay system

Lithuanian teachers vow to continue strike over new pay system

22.11.2018

Teachers in Lithuania vow to continue their ongoing protests over the new tenure-based pay system introduced in September, the trade union behind the industrial action said LETA/BNS.


22.11.2018

Shareholders reject proposal to recall Olainfarm supervisory board

Shareholders of Latvia’s Olainfarm pharmaceutical company at an extraordinary meeting on Thursday rejected all proposals on the meeting’s agenda, including the proposal to recall the company’s supervisory board and bringing legal action against several members of the supervisory board, according to information provided to Nasdaq Riga writes LETA.

22.11.2018

Baltic RE Group plans to borrow EUR 35.3 mln from Luminor Bank

eal estate developer Baltic RE Group is planning to borrow a long-term EUR 35.3 mln loan from Luminor Bank, according to the company's statement submitted to Nasdaq Riga stock exchange.

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