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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 06.07.2020, 06:08

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Emergency situation in Estonia saw number of frequent online shoppers growth 80%

Emergency situation in Estonia saw number of frequent online shoppers growth 80%

02.07.2020

A study carried out by pollster Kantar Emor in Estonia shows that the emergency situation prompted by the coronavirus brought about a surge in the number of online shoppers as well as their shopping frequency, and the number of people who often shop online grew by 80% compared with the April-May 2019, cites LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Covid-19, Estonia, Internet, Markets and Companies, Technology



Covid-19: downloads of pirated content in Latvia are growing rapidly

Covid-19: downloads of pirated content in Latvia are growing rapidly

29.06.2020

Although the number of Latvian users of illegal downloading and streaming sites — torrents — after an increase by 22 % in March returned to the level of February in April, the fact that the number of views on the torrent sites and the average time that one user spent on the site almost doubled causes concerns,” said the Executive Director of the association “Par legālu saturu!” (“For Legal Contents!”) Dace Kotzeva commending the survey and study conducted by the international internet research and technology company Gemius, “Audit of the Most Popular Torrent Download Sites and Research of Audience.”

Lithuanian retailers lose EUR 142 mln due to e-trade with third countries

Lithuanian retailers lose EUR 142 mln due to e-trade with third countries

18.06.2020

Lithuania's retail sector lost 142 million euros in revenue, or around 1 percent of the total retail turnover, due to residents' trade with third countries, mainly China, a survey by public policy analysis and consultation company ESTEP has revealed, cites LETA/BNS.


London-listed Boku buys Estonia's Fortumo for EUR 40 mln

London-listed Boku buys Estonia's Fortumo for EUR 40 mln

18.06.2020

The London-based company Boku has bought Fortumo, a mobile payment solutions provider founded by Estonians Rain Rannu and Veljo Otsason, for approximately 40 mln euros, according to the Postimees information reported LETA/BNS.

Lithuania plans to acquire COVID-19 contact tracing app

Lithuania plans to acquire COVID-19 contact tracing app

16.06.2020

Lithuania is planning to acquire a smartphone application to trace close contacts of coronavirus-infected people, informed LETA/BNS.


16.06.2020

Estonia: Elering launches app showing expected cost of connecting to grid

Estonian transmission system operator (TSO) Elering has launched a new version of its Available Connection Capacities (VLA) app, which calculates not only available connection capacities in substations but the estimated cost of connecting to the grid in cases where additional investments must be made to transmission lines in order to accommodate the customer’s connection to a specific substation, reported LETA/BNS.

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