Date: 01.04.2019.

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 18.09.2019, 15:14

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Estonia to use EUR 215 mln borrowed from EIB to co-finance EU-backed projects

Estonia to use EUR 215 mln borrowed from EIB to co-finance EU-backed projects

01.04.2019

The Estonian Ministry of Finance is to use 215 million euros borrowed from the European Investment Bank (EIB) in 2016 to co-finance projects carried out with the support from the European Union, reported LETA/BNS.

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



Eiropas Dzelzcela Linijas only board member Linuzs steps down

Eiropas Dzelzcela Linijas only board member Linuzs steps down

01.04.2019

Andris Linuzs, the only board member of Eiropas Dzelzcela Linijas (EDzL), the company which is Latvia’s shareholder in the Baltic joint venture RB Rail, has decided to step down after the meeting of members, Transport Minister Talis Linkaitis’ (New Conservative Party) aide Alona Zandere told LETA.

Directors of two Tokyo City restaurants accused of paying unreported wages

Directors of two Tokyo City restaurants accused of paying unreported wages

01.04.2019

The prosecutor has handed over to court a criminal case against directors of two Tokyo City restaurants for paying unreported wages, Prosecutor General’s Office representative Laura Majevska reported LETA/BNS.


Enterprise Estonia to support 5 clusters with EUR 3 mln

Enterprise Estonia to support 5 clusters with EUR 3 mln

01.04.2019

Enterprise Estonia is to support five clusters with a total of three million euros aimed at increasing business cooperation and improving international competitiveness, reported LETA/BNS.

New Opportunities for Business Financing: Rietumu Has Concluded an Agreement with ALTUM

New Opportunities for Business Financing: Rietumu Has Concluded an Agreement with ALTUM

01.04.2019

Rietumu Bank has signed a cooperation agreement with the state-owned development finance institution ALTUM.


01.04.2019

Latvia takes next step toward a pan-Baltic capital market

Latvia’s Ministry of Finance took a landmark step toward the creation of a cohesive pan-Baltic capital market today, with the formal acknowledgement of the key points raised by a new assessment report.The report, funded by the European Union and implemented by the EBRD in cooperation with the European Commission’s Structural Reform Support Services (SRSS), underscores the advantages of a single index classification for the region, EBRD informed BC in press release.

01.04.2019

Lithuania ranks 4th on Global Cybersecurity Index

Lithuania ranks fourth on the draft Global Cybersecurity Index 2018 published by the United Nations, the Defense Ministry said LETA/BNS on Monday.

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