Date: 19.12.2019.

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SEB to introduce new platform for e-commerce in Baltic states

SEB to introduce new platform for e-commerce in Baltic states

19.12.2019

SEB next year will introduce a new platform for e-commerce in the Baltic states, LETA learned from the bank.

Keyword tags: Banks, Financial Services, Latvia



Lithuanian, Latvian military jointly buy gasmasks for EUR 3 mln

Lithuanian, Latvian military jointly buy gasmasks for EUR 3 mln

19.12.2019

The Armed Forces of Lithuania and Latvia have jointly purchased gasmasks and filters for gasmasks, the Lithuanian Defense Ministry said LETA/BNS.

Lithuanian president vetoes bill lowering election threshold

Lithuanian president vetoes bill lowering election threshold

19.12.2019

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda on Thursday did not sign into law a bill lowering the parliamentary election threshold to 3% for political parties and 5 percent for party coalitions, reported LETA/BNS.


Latvia: Number of passengers on international train routes up 8% in 11 months

Latvia: Number of passengers on international train routes up 8% in 11 months

19.12.2019

The number of passengers on international train routes from Riga rose by 8 percent to 215,781 passengers in the first 11 months of this year, Latvijas Dzelzcels railway company representative Ella Petermane reported LETA.

Estonian survey: Over half of 2nd pillar pension savers to go on saving

Estonian survey: Over half of 2nd pillar pension savers to go on saving

19.12.2019

23% of the people who have joined the mandatory funded pensions scheme, dubbed second pillar of the pension system, plan to continue accumulating savings into a pension fund after the second pillar is made voluntary, a fresh survey by Kantar Emor indicates citing LETA/BNS.


19.12.2019

“Green financing”: creating durable, effective and sustainable solution

European Parliament and the Council reached a political agreement on the creation of the world's first-ever “green list”, i.e. a classification system for sustainable economic activities, called “taxonomy’. It will “scale-up” private and public “financial transition” to a climate-neutral and green economy, redirect capital to sustainable economic activities and projects.


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