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Saturday, 30.04.2016, 19:53
The Tallinn administrative court on April 27th, 2016 did not allow an appeal submitted by Taco Express OU in connection with a decision of the Tallinn city government to impose economic activity restrictions on bars mainly situated on Suur- Karja Street in the Old Town, informs LETA/BNS.
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The profit of the alcohol producer Altia Eesti AS declined 43% year over year to 916,633 euros in 2015, which the company attributed to the higher excise tax, informs LETA/BNS.
Latvijas Balzams alcohol producer raised turnover 1% to EUR 73.79 million, while its audited profit dropped 11% to EUR 7.06 million, informs LETA, according to the company's report to Nasdaq Riga stock exchange.
Latvia’s Aldaris brewery has developed four new sorts of beer in its new Izlase product line – Lagers, Nefiltretais Lagers, Medalus (Honey beer) and Kirsu Alus (Cherry beer), investing EUR 150,000 in the new product line, the company reported LETA.
A group of public figures aiming to submit a set of alcohol-restricting amendments to the Lithuanian parliament maintain they have collected in a few weeks 50,000 signatures, the number needed for lawmakers to address the bills, informs LETA/BNS.
Estonian Supreme Court on March 28th accepted the appeal of Public Prosecutor Laura Feldmanis against a decision made by the Tallinn circuit court in January according to which participants in the alleged alcohol cartel agreement got rid of the case because according to the second-tier court the accused were falsely prosecuted and by now the alleged offenses have expired, informs LETA.
The Tallinn administrative court on March 28th did not allow an appeal submitted by Lab OU and Acacia Trade OU in connection with a decision of the Tallinn city government to impose economic activity restrictions on bars mainly situated on Suur-Karja Street in the Old Town, informs LETA.