Date: 15.05.2020.

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 01.12.2020, 19:15

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In Q1, there were 2,009 new buildings completed in Lithuania

In Q1, there were 2,009 new buildings completed in Lithuania

15.05.2020

In I quarter 2020, there were 2,009 new residential and non-residential buildings completed, i.e. by 14.2% more than in the respective quarter of 2019. Over the quarter, 1,856 new residential buildings with 3,462 dwellings were completed, of which 60.2% – in individual houses.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Construction, Lithuania, Markets and Companies, Real Estate



Estonia's e-commerce volume doubles in April

Estonia's e-commerce volume doubles in April

15.05.2020

Approximately 120 million euros' worth of purchases in total were made at Estonian e-stores in April, double the amount registered in the same month last year, the Estonian E-Commerce Association said on May 15th, reports LETA/BNS.

Gulami released on bail in Latvia

Gulami released on bail in Latvia

15.05.2020

usinessman Gulam Gulami who was detained on Tuesday, has been released on bail, LETA learned. The EUR 50,000 bail was paid on May 14th.


In 2019, Estonian museums were visited 3.5 mln times

In 2019, Estonian museums were visited 3.5 mln times

15.05.2020

According to Statistics Estonia, in 2019, Estonian museums were visited slightly more than 3.5 million times, which is 100,000 visits more than the year before.

In Q1, number of guests at Latvian hotels fell by 13,1%

In Q1, number of guests at Latvian hotels fell by 13,1%

15.05.2020

Latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that in the 1st quarter of 2020 the number of foreign and resident visitors comprised 399.5 thousand which is 13.1% less than in the 1st quarter of 2019. As compared to the same period of the previous year, the number of nights spent by visitors has reduced by 10.5% and comprised 815.9 thousand nights. Visitors spent an average of 2 nights at tourist accommodation establishments.


15.05.2020

Latvian PM: Covid-19 tracking apps will make people free

Mobile apps being developed to track Covid-19 patients and persons they are in contact with will offer a way for the public to be free again, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) told a regional media conference on May 15th, informs LETA/BNS.

15.05.2020

Pasazieru Vilciens rail company to reopen Riga-Valga-Riga route on Saturday

Since the governments of the Baltic states have decided to reopen the countries' internal borders for free travel of their citizens and residents, Latvia's Pasazieru Vilciens rail company is resuming service on its Riga-Valga-Riga route as of this Saturday, the company's representative Agnese Licite informed LETA.

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