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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 21.07.2017, 09:36

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Latgales Bekons ASF-affected farm to receive EUR 211,000 in compensation

Latgales Bekons ASF-affected farm to receive EUR 211,000 in compensation

19.07.2017

In relation to African swine fever (ASF) outbreak in Latgales Bekons pig farm, EUR 211,000 will be paid in compensations from contingency funds, the Latvian government decision on July 18th, informs LETA.

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Danish-capital Baltic Agro raises revenue to EUR 161 mln in 2016

Danish-capital Baltic Agro raises revenue to EUR 161 mln in 2016

18.07.2017

Danish-capital agricultural produce production company Baltic Agro of Lithuania posted 161.087 million euros in revenue last year, up by 3%, from 156.415 million euros, in 2015, informs LETA/BNS.

Swedbank, SEB lending EUR 130 mln to Lithuania's Scandagra

Swedbank, SEB lending EUR 130 mln to Lithuania's Scandagra

10.07.2017

Swedbank and SEB, one of the biggest banks in Lithuania, are lending 130 million euros to Swedish-owned Lithuanian fertilizer, seed, plant protection product and grain trading company Scandagra, which will use the money for investment and cash flow, informs LETA/BNS.


Prices of dairy products, boiled sausages, vegetables climbed in Q2 in Latvia

Prices of dairy products, boiled sausages, vegetables climbed in Q2 in Latvia

06.07.2017

During the second quarter of this year, prices climbed for dairy products, boiled sausages and vegetables, Inguna Gulbe, the head of the Latvian Agricultural Market Promotion Center (LTVC), told LETA.

Nearly a third Latvian farmers plan to take loans for investment in 2017

Nearly a third Latvian farmers plan to take loans for investment in 2017

06.07.2017

Nearly one third of Latvia’s farmers plan to take bank loans for their investment projects this year, a new Swedbank survey shows, cites LETA.


19.06.2017

Estonia to follow Latvia's suit with fishing restrictions for amateurs

In Latvia limits apply to the quantities of fish allowed to be caught in recreational fishing and it is high time for Estonia to follow the example of Latvia, especially considering that Latvian recreational fishers are very active both in Lake Peipsi and in Parnu Bay in Estonia, Rainer Vakra, chairman of the Riigikogu environmental committee, said LETA/BNS.

16.06.2017

African swine fever spreads to two new regions in Latvia

The inspectors of the Latvian Food and Veterinary Service this week found 14 wild boars killed by African swine fever (ASF), including in two regions in central Latvia that had been hit by the disease first time, the veterinary authority said LETA.

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