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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 14.08.2018, 11:32

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Lithuania hopes to get EUR 70 mln from new heavy vehicle tax

Lithuania hopes to get EUR 70 mln from new heavy vehicle tax

10.08.2018

Lithuanian hopes to collect around 70 million euros every year from a new heavy vehicle use tax for vehicles crossing the country, set to come into force in two years.Transport Minister Rokas Masiulis says vignettes will be replaced with the new tax and its rate will depend on the distance covered, citing LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Cargo, Lithuania, Taxation, Transport



Ambitious plans for the Port of Riga

Ambitious plans for the Port of Riga

09.08.2018

Current transit sector trends promise a good year, Ansis Zeltiņš, Freeport of Riga CEO who has just completed his first full year as the head of the Port, said in an interview with Diena newspaper.

Klaipedos Smelte plans EUR 50 mln investment program

Klaipedos Smelte plans EUR 50 mln investment program

08.08.2018

Lithuania's Klaipedos Smelte plans a 50 mln-euro investment program, aimed at increasing the volume of freight handling to 1 mln TEU, informs LETA/BNS referring to the Verslo Zinios business daily.


Cargo turnover in Baltic ports down 0.1% in H1

Cargo turnover in Baltic ports down 0.1% in H1

07.08.2018

In the first six months of 2018, all Baltic ports together received and shipped 76.678 mln tons of cargo, which was 0.1% or 107,500 tons less than in the respective period last year, informs LETA/BNS referring to the Lithuanian Statistical Bureau.

Klaipeda outer port plans worry local residents

Klaipeda outer port plans worry local residents

31.07.2018

Plans to build an 800-mln-euro outer port in Melnrage, a seaside neighborhood of Klaipeda, have come under increasing criticism from local residents, the daily Lietuvos Zinios reported on Tuesday citing LETA/BNS.


31.07.2018

China-Europe rail freight link proves serious concern for air cargo sector

China's 12,500 miles of high-speed rail lines - more than the rest of the world combined and designed for speeds of up to 220 mph - are becoming a serious concern for the air cargo sector.

30.07.2018

Finnish port investment to exceed EUR 46 mln

The Port of HaminaKotka has agreed with Belgian industrial company Sarens Group on a major expansion of an ongoing transport project taking place at the port.

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