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Friday, 13.12.2019, 16:32
China's state energy company Power China and its subsidiary North China Power Engineering (NCPE) are helping Belarus sell electricity from the Astravyets nuclear power plant under construction close to the Lithuanian border, accordding to the lrt.lt news website information reports LETA/BNS.
Keyword tags: Baltic States – CIS, Belarus, China, Energy, Energy Market, Export
A Network of Fintech Coordinators under the 17 + 1 Cooperation Format between Central and Eastern European Countries and China is Created in Lithuania27.11.2019
Lithuania highly visible on the global Fintech map also becomes the 17 + 1 financial technology coordination centre. This was formally confirmed on Wednesday at the 17 + 1 High Level Fintech Forum for the first time taking place in Vilnius and bringing together the representatives from the ministries of finance and central banks of China and 17 Central and Eastern European countries (CEECs).
MGI officially opened a new R&D and manufacturing facility in Riga, Latvia today, aiming to build a bridge between China and Europe for health science innovation, according to the information released by the MGI Latvia.
Estonian craft beer brewer Põhjala Brewery opened a pop-up bar in Beijing for two months, selling only craft beer from the Põhjala Brewery. The bar sells ten different Põhjala beers from barrels and the selection changes constantly. Põhjala Brewery entered the world's largest beer market in 2016 and the company is testing the market for further expansion plans.
Estonian fish processing companies are now able to export salmon and rainbow trout as well as products containing those fish to the People's Republic of China.
III International Economic Forum “BUSINESS SUPPORT: Critical Points, Science-Based Solutions & International Cooperation” will be held in Riga *(last updated))
III International Economic Forum “BUSINESS SUPPORT: Critical Points, Science-Based Solutions & International Cooperation” in Latvian Academy of Sciences, Akadēmijas laukums 1, Riga, Latvia.
Krekenavos Agrofirma, a meat processing company owned by the family of Viktor Uspaskich, the founder and chairman of the Lithuanian Labor Party, has become the first Lithuanian company to get the green light for beef exports to China, informed LETA/BNS.