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Sunday, 08.12.2019, 16:24
The new system – the Transaction Network Analysis, TNA, which is introduced by the European Commission in mid-May 2019, is aimed at assisting the EU-states in rapid exchange of information and in jointly processing VAT data in cross-country’s trade. That would lead to earlier detection of suspicious networks and reduce negative effect on public finances.
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In suspicion of committing a criminal offence, the Economic Crime Enforcement Department of the Central Criminal Police Department of the State Police detained four persons who from 2013 to 2019 privately ensured provision of illegal television services to their range of customers in Riga and territory of Pierīga.
Digital services provider Levira and telecommunications company Telia concluded an agreement for the collaborative production of high-technology TV broadcasts in sports and entertainment. As a result, the Telia LIVE channel will show the first sports competition to use Levira’s artificial intelligence (AI)-powered cameras for providing a live broadcast in Estonia.
EBRD invests EUR30 mln in Usaldusfond EfTEN Real Estate Fund 4. Fund to support investment in sustainable measures across the Baltic states. First property fund in the region to include climate considerations in its investments, informed EBRD.
The City of Tartu, the University of Tartu and the Estonian University of Life Sciences are about to establish a nonprofit by the name of MTU Tartu Valismaalaste Teenuskeskus, or Tartu Service Center for Foreigners, that will seek to help foreigners who have arrived in southern Estonia for study or work to settle in, informed LETA/BNS.
The Finnish retail group SOK, which owns the Prisma Peremarket retail chain and Sokos Hotel Viru, is planning to build two new hotels in Tallinn, according to the news portal of Estonian public broadcaster ERR reports LETA/BNS.
The 13th Lennart Meri Conference, entitled "One Past, Many Futures," will start in Tallinn on Friday, informed LETA/BNS.