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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 19.04.2014, 17:29

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The biggest plane maintenance centre in Baltics opens in Tallinn Airport

The biggest plane maintenance centre in Baltics opens in Tallinn Airport

16.04.2014

The Baltic States biggest business class planes maintenance centre opened in Tallinn Airport on Tuesday; the total area of hangars is nearly 5,230 m2 and the investment in the complex totalled nearly 5 million euros, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

Keyword tags: Airport, Baltic, Estonia, Good for Business, Transport



SEB: Estonia's larger enterprises more cautious than those of neighbours

SEB: Estonia's larger enterprises more cautious than those of neighbours

14.04.2014

Banking group SEB's pan-Baltic survey of the CFOs of larger enterprises indicates cautious optimism, with Estonian enterprises more conservative in their forecasts than their neighbors to the south, SEB said in a statement. The main concerns for larger Baltic enterprises are the same: demand, labor costs and price of raw materials, writes LETA.

New light-vehicle registrations in Baltics grew by 13% in Q1

New light-vehicle registrations in Baltics grew by 13% in Q1

11.04.2014

Analysis of processed registrations’ data performed by AV Automotive Research/AutoTyrimai, based on source data gathered from Regitra (Lithuania), CSDD (Latvia) and Maanteeamet (Estonia), shows that new light-vehicle (M1&N1) registrations in the Baltic States grew by 12.9% to 12’822 units in the I quarter 2014, informed BC AutoTyrimai communication.


Food prices in Lithuania increased less than in Estonia, Latvia in February

Food prices in Lithuania increased less than in Estonia, Latvia in February

07.04.2014

The cost of the recommended monthly food basket of a 4-member family has insignificantly increased in all Baltic States in a year. The increase has been the highest in Estonia (4.3%) and the lowest in Lithuania (3.2%), while in Latvia it was 4.1%, a study by Swedbank Institute of Private Finances reveals, cites LETA/ELTA.

Maxima’s turnover in Baltics grew in 2013

Maxima’s turnover in Baltics grew in 2013

03.04.2014

Maxima Latvija posted EUR 660.3 million in turnover in 2013, which is 4% more than in 2012, as the new Maxima Latvija head Jelena Kondrasova said in an interview with the Nozare.lv business portal, cites LETA.

03.04.2014

Most to cover basic expenses spend by Rigans

A Swedbank Baltic research study indicates that after spending their earnings on basic needs – food, rent and transportation fares, nuclear families in Riga have 53% left over to either save or spend on something else. The amount left over totals EUR 660, informs LETA.

02.04.2014

Baltic foods prices grew most in Estonia in February y-o-y

The cost of the recommended monthly food basket of a 4-member family has increased in all Baltic States in February 2014 in a year but the increase has been the highest, 4.3% in Estonia, LETA/Postimees Online cites a study by Swedbank Institute of Private Finances.

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