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Tuesday, 21.01.2020, 20:34
Several companies complain about possible misconduct in the Procurement Procedures of the State-Owned Latvian Railway Company involving Siemens and Bombardier20.08.2019
Non-governmental organisation IMPACT 2040, which supports principles of honest competition and good governance in the Baltic States, has turned to the EU authorities to request to investigate possible limitations of competition and possible misconduct in terms of the absorption of EU funds as part of multi-million public procurements in Latvia organized by Latvian Railway company, involving such multi-national companies as Siemens and Bombardier, the NGO IMPACT 2000 representative Anita Laima Lancmane informed BC.
Keyword tags: Latvia, Legislation, Railways
During the first six months of 2019 Latvian sales of oil products (fuel) rose by 1,926 tons 0.3% against the same period a year ago to 670,923 tons, according to the data on excised goods released by the Latvian State Revenue Service writes LETA.
The government today approved in principle the Justice Ministry’s plan to establish a new specialized economic affairs court in Latvia, informed LETA.
The Lithuanian port of Klaipeda handled 27.414 mln tons of cargo in January through July 2019, up 5.3 percent from 26.03 mln tons in the same period last year, the port authority said LETA/BNS.
Lithuania's average wholesale electricity market price fell by 3 percent last week to 48.42 euros per megawatt-hour (MWh), Elektrum Lietuva said on Tuesday.
Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) has extended the delaine for submitting bids for a 250-million-euro Vilnius-Klaipeda railway electrification contract until mid-September, informed LETA/BNS.
PNB Banka’s new shareholders had to demonstrate their wish to strengthen the bank’s capital sooner – watchdog
PNB Banka’s new shareholders had to demonstrate their wish to strengthen the bank’s capital sooner, and not wait until the bank’s operations are halted, said Finance and Capital Market Commission’s (FCMC) head Kristine Cernaja-Mezmale at the Saeima budget and financial (taxation) committee meeting today referred LETA.