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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Sunday, 19.04.2015, 12:27

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Bauskas alus brewery increased turnover by 13% in 2014

Bauskas alus brewery increased turnover by 13% in 2014

17.04.2015

The Bauskas alus brewery operated with EUR 4.95 million in turnover n 2014, which was 13% more when compared to 2013, when the company achieved EUR 4.38 million in turnover, informs LETA.

Keyword tags: Alcohol, Good for Business, Latvia, Markets and Companies



Alcohol producer Altia's revenues increased to 37 mln euros in 2014

Alcohol producer Altia's revenues increased to 37 mln euros in 2014

02.04.2015

Estonia's second-largest producer of alcohol Altia Eesti AS's net sales grew by nearly 15% in 2014, reaching 37.3 million euros, on which the company paid 17.4 million euros in excise duties, LETA/Delfi Ärileht reports.

Latvian Saeima committee approves higher excise tax rates for alcoholic beverages

Latvian Saeima committee approves higher excise tax rates for alcoholic beverages

31.03.2015

Today, Saeima Budget and Finance Committee in Latvia approved of the amendments stipulating higher excise tax rate for alcoholic beverages as of July 1, 2015, reports LETA.


SPI Group: official statement in response to Dutch Court judgement

SPI Group: official statement in response to Dutch Court judgement

27.03.2015

SPI Group, parent company of Stoli Group, is extremely disappointed in the ruling as we firmly believe it is not correct in light of the facts and the relevant law. We are examining all of our options with our lawyers and next steps, informs the company.

Latvian coalition agrees in principle to increase excise tax on alcoholic beverages

Latvian coalition agrees in principle to increase excise tax on alcoholic beverages

17.03.2015

Ruling coalition parties in Latvia have agreed in principle that excise tax rate for alcoholic beverages will be increased from July 2015, reports LETA.

13.03.2015

Estonian PM: full alcohol advertising ban is impossible

80% of Estonian population is in favour of a complete ban on alcohol advertising, the same way it done with tobacco advertising, a poll by Turuuuringute AS indicates; Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas said, however, that a complete ban on advertising is difficult to implement since a part of Internet ads are posted abroad, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

04.03.2015

Sunday alcohol sales ban in Tallinn postponed

The plan of the Tallinn city government to ban the retail sales of alcohol on Sundays will be postponed because two alcohol retail companies have disputed the city government's decree in court and seek legal protection, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

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