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Friday, 13.12.2019, 06:10
The office becomes an important tool to attract employees and is now not just the work premises, but a place for socializing and entertainment. Developers in the Baltic States will also have to take this into account, if they want to continue to successfully operate in this business, warned an experienced representative of the industry, Eastnine CEO Ķestutis Sasnausks, on the real estate forum Baltic Real Estate Leaders (BREL) held in Riga.
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Elenger signed a contract with the company Klaipedos Nafta, which operates the Klaipeda terminal in Lithuania, to start purchasing LNG via a floating terminal Independence in Klaipeda and transferring it to the natural gas network, the Elering representatives informed BC.
The jury selected 22 best packaging design solutions in nine categories at the fifth annual NAPA Baltic Awards, presented by the Lithuanian Graphic Design Association (LGDA). Lithuanian designers and agencies took home the majority of the awards, with Estonian designers winning three awards and one award going to Latvia.
On 12 November, a new campaign “Our Search for the Best Nurse”, conducted by Rietumu Charity Fund, was started. The goal of this campaign is to attract public attention to the importance of the nurse’s profession and contribute to the increase of its prestige.
Lithuanian oil refiner Orlen Lietuva, owned by Polish oil group Orlen, is getting ready for investments worth several hundred million euros, according the Verslo Zinios information writes LETA/BNS.
Modern Baltic States challenges require constant national academies’ attention to changing socio-economic and political environment in regard to science and research. Most timely response provided by the European academics’ confederation (ALLEA) is a vivid example of additional attention to the actively developing services and manufacturing sector, where intellectual property rights are needed a resolute national support.
In line with the development seen last year, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board expects to see an increase in the numbers of people declaring their income from Airbnb also this year, writes LETA/BNS.