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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 21.09.2019, 08:11

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SEB: Broad-based export decline likely in Estonia in 2nd half of 2019

SEB: Broad-based export decline likely in Estonia in 2nd half of 2019

13.09.2019

SEB analyst Mihkel Nestor said that it is likely that exports are likely to decline more broadly in the second half of this year, writes LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Estonia, Export



Lithuania's exports rise 6.9 pct in H1 y-o-y

Lithuania's exports rise 6.9 pct in H1 y-o-y

10.09.2019

In July 2019, exports amounted to EUR 2.46 bn, imports – EUR 2.81 bn. Exports of goods of Lithuanian origin amounted to EUR 1.43 bn. The foreign trade deficit of Lithuania amounted to EUR 0.35 bn.

Estonian economist: Export slowdown attributable to decline in shale oil products' export

Estonian economist: Export slowdown attributable to decline in shale oil products' export

12.08.2019

The deceleration of export growth to 4 % in the first half-year is largely attributable to a low result in June, the outcome was foremost affected by a strong decline in the export of shale oil products, Swedbank chief economist Tonu Mertsina said LETA/BNS.


Estonian minister: EUR 1 mln large investor support to help increase export capacity

Estonian minister: EUR 1 mln large investor support to help increase export capacity

07.08.2019

Estonian Foreign Trade and IT Minister Kert Kingo said that a large investor support of up to one mln euros will help the entrepreneur increase export capacity and create jobs with above average salaries, while 2.5 mln euros per year is to be distributed as support, informed LETA/BNS.

Latvia's export perspectives amid weaker external environment

Latvia's export perspectives amid weaker external environment

11.07.2019

Brexit, trade wars and subdued global economic growth are just a few of the international topics that have been hitting the headlines recently. Global developments, no doubt, play an important role also in Latvia's economic development; therefore, this article will look at the current situation in Latvia's trade partners and its implications for Latvia's exports.


02.07.2019

Germany remains Lithuania’s major partner in exports of services

Today the Bank of Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania published data on exports and imports of services for Q1 2019, broken down by country and type of service. It shows that in Q1 2019 exports of services amounted to €2.5 bn, a y-o-y increase of 19.2%, while imports of services stood at €1.4 bn, a y-o-y increase of 14.6%.

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