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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 18.09.2021, 10:29

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On the verge of its 25th anniversary, The Baltic Course leaves business media market

On the verge of its 25th anniversary, The Baltic Course leaves business media market

30.12.2020

What an irony of the destiny that in the year of its 25th anniversary an international magazine The Baltic Course is leaving the market of mass media. A website about business and analytical news of Baltic States shall remain in the World Wide Web, but starting from 1 January 2021 it will no longer add new articles. This is a final decision. This is not a bankruptcy, our small firm doesn’t have a single debt, not even to the state.

Keyword tags: Good for Business, Latvia, Markets and Companies, Technology



Hotels showing strong interest in providing self-isolation service

Hotels showing strong interest in providing self-isolation service

30.12.2020

Hotels' interest in providing self-isolation services to Covid-19 patients and persons who have come into contact with infected people is very strong, Santa Graikste, head of the Hotel and Restaurant Association, told LETA.

Latvia to impose curfew, state of emergency to be extended until February 7

Latvia to impose curfew, state of emergency to be extended until February 7

29.12.2020

The government in Latvia decided in principle on Tuesday to impose curfew during the coming New Year's holidays and Orthodox Christmas in order to restrict the movement of people, informs LETA.


28.12.2020

Up to two tons of crude oil spilled on Monday from the loading buoy at the Butinge oil terminal of the Polish-owned Lithuanian oil refining and import company Orlen Lietuva, the Environment Ministry said, based on preliminary data. No oil has been detected on the Baltic Sea coast from Sventoji to Liepaja after Monday's spill at the Butinge crude terminal, the Lithuanian unit of Poland's oil group Orlen said, cites LETA/BNS.

First people in Latvia receive Covid-19 vaccines

First people in Latvia receive Covid-19 vaccines

28.12.2020

On Monday morning, the first people received the Covid-19 vaccines at Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital in Latvia, the hospital's representative Janita Veinberga reported LETA.


28.12.2020

New Year Cards and Calendars of Rietumu Bank presented

As with every year, we at Rietumu Bank have created special 2021 holiday greeting cards and calendars for our clients.

23.12.2020

airBaltic to conduct repatriation flight from UK on December 28

Latvian national airline airBaltic will organize a repatriation flight from the United Kingdom on December 28, Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics said after a video conference with his Baltic counterparts today, informs LETA.

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