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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 18.09.2014, 20:41

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Israel doesn’t consider exporting natural gas to Lithuania yet

Israel doesn’t consider exporting natural gas to Lithuania yet

11.09.2014

For the time being, Israel may consider exporting natural gas only to Southern Europe, while the possibility of importing it to Lithuania is not yet on the table, said Israel's Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman during his working visit to Lithuania, informs LETA/ELTA.

Keyword tags: Baltic States – CIS, Energy, Export, Gas, Lithuania



China's economy faces challenges despite steady performance

China's economy faces challenges despite steady performance

01.09.2014

China's economy is facing multiple domestic and international challenges despite its steady performance in the past seven months of 2014, said a senior economic official in Beijing on Wednesday.

In Latvia forest export continues to rise

In Latvia forest export continues to rise

04.08.2014

Latvian forest industry's export continued to increase during the first five months this year, amounting to EUR 845.358 million as compared to EUR 761.891 million in the same period of 2013, informs NOZARE.LV/LETA reffering to data from the Agriculture Ministry's Forest Department.


Russia announces quality deficiencies in Latvian fish and powdered milk

Russia announces quality deficiencies in Latvian fish and powdered milk

31.07.2014

The Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Service Rosselkhoznadzor announced on Thursday supposed quality deficiencies in Latvian fish and powdered milk, informs LETA.

Ernst&Young expects Estonia to have 2.5% economic growth in 2014

Ernst&Young expects Estonia to have 2.5% economic growth in 2014

21.03.2014

The forecast of consultation and auditing bureau Ernst&Young and Oxford Economics, made public on Thursday, predicts Estonia 2.5% economic growth in 2014, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

27.11.2013

Economic growth spurred by consumption and investments in Lithuania

In 2013, increase of domestic demand in Lithuania – private consumption and investment – is more rapid than it was expected, and it compensates decreasing influence of export; therefore, the Bank of Lithuania adheres to the previous GDP growth projections, the Bank of Lithuania said in a statement, cites LETA.

23.10.2013

Swedbank lowers also Latvia's GDP growth forecast for 2014 to 4.3%

Swedbank economists have retained Latvia's economic growth forecast for this year at 4.3%; Latvia's GDP growth forecast for the year 2014, however, has been lowered from 4.7% to 4.3%, according to the bank's latest economic outlook, informs LETA/Nozare.lv.

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