Date: 17.08.2020.

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Klaipeda port tightens control over ammonium nitrate shipments

Klaipeda port tightens control over ammonium nitrate shipments

17.08.2020

The Lithuanian seaport of Klaipeda is tightening control over ammonium nitrate fertilizer shipments handled by port operators, informs LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Energy, Legislation, Lithuania, Port, Transport



Sillamae's city center in Estonia to become heritage conservation area

Sillamae's city center in Estonia to become heritage conservation area

17.08.2020

The city center of the northeast Estonian industrial city of Sillamae, executed in the style of Stalinist architecture, stands to become the first heritage conservation area in East-Viru County and the first area where Soviet architecture is under protection in Estonia, Postimees said, cites LETA/BNS.

Estonia: Strong wind production, hydropower lower electricity prices in July

Estonia: Strong wind production, hydropower lower electricity prices in July

17.08.2020

Strong wind production and good availability of hydropower caused negative electricity prices in some places in July and also lowered the average stock exchange price of electricity, informed LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian seaport worried by strikes in Belarus

Lithuanian seaport worried by strikes in Belarus

17.08.2020

The Lithuanian seaport of Klaipeda fears it may temporarily lose Belarusian export shipments that make up almost a third of its overall cargo traffic as an increasing number of state-owned enterprises in the neighboring country are joining protests against longtime President Alexander Lukashenko, informed LETA/BNS.

Lithuania's unemployment hits 2020 high of 13.3%

Lithuania's unemployment hits 2020 high of 13.3%

17.08.2020

Registered unemployment in Lithuania reached 13.3% on Monday, the highest level this year so far, following several weeks of stability, the Unemployment Service said LETA/BNS.


17.08.2020

Coalition in Latvia agrees on pay rise for academic staff

Latvia's government coalition agreed today to raise salaries for academic personnel from September 1, 2020, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) told journalists following today's coalition cooperation meeting cites LETA.

17.08.2020

S&P affirms Lithuania's long-term credit rating at A+ with stable outlook

S&P Global Ratings has affirmed Lithuania's long-term credit rating at A+ with a stable outlook, writes LETA/BNS.

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