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Saturday, 01.08.2015, 19:10
The Entrepreneurship Board of Estonia's capital Tallinn reminded people that starting July 1st 2015, the Tallinn City Council decree comes into force that restricts the retail sale of alcoholic beverages, informs LETA.
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Whereas Estonian Liviko managed to increase its net earnings by 27% in 2014, exports of its products fell by more than 20%, writes Äripäev/LETA.
The company Vita Markets Ltd., which operates the Elvi and Alk Outlet chain of supermarkets, achieved EUR 38.7 mln in turnover in 2014, according to information from Firmas.lv, writes LETA.
The Estonian Institute of Economic Research shadow economy survey shows that due to illegal alcohol and cigarettes, the Estonian state was deprived in 2014 of a total of EUR 70.3 million of tax money, Estonian economy and communications ministry announced, cites LETA.
Nasdaq Baltic announced that the shares of AS Linda Nektar, an Estonian-based beverage company, will be admitted to trading on Nasdaq Baltic First North Market, reports LETA.
The alcohol sales restrictions adopted by the Tallinn City Council last autumn will come into force from July 2015, but the Sunday alcohol sales ban is not initially introduced, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
On May 14th, in Riga’s Old Town, at Audēju St. 8., the third new concept and design Latvijas balzams shop (part of the LB veikali shop network) was opened, offering a modern and comfortable shopping environment, reports BC head of communications at Amber Beverage Group Dana Hasana.