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Tuesday, 01.09.2015, 02:48
The Norwegian company CSUB (former Sorkomp), which works with oil and gas technologies, is launching a production division in Klaipeda. In the short run, CSUB LT plans to create 50 new jobs for engineers, welders, and other specialists. The company is also considering expansion in Lithuania, reports BC press service of Invest Lithuania.
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In Half 1 of 2015, AB Lietuvos Dujos (Lithuanian Gas), owned by the state-owned energy group Lietuvos Energija, increased its sales revenue by 5% to EUR 29.9 million (in 2014 – EUR 28.5 million), the energy company said, cites LETA/ELTA.
On 27 August 2015, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius began his official visit to Indonesia. In Indonesia's capital city Jakarta, Linkevicius met with Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi to discuss strengthening relations between Lithuania and Indonesia, international issues and opportunities for Lithuanian entrepreneurs to work in the Indonesian market, Lithuania's MFA reports BC.
Statistics Lithuania informs that in July 2015, compared to June, construction input prices decreased by 0.4%. The change was mainly influenced by a 0.8% decrease in wages and salaries. Over the year (July 2015, against July 2014), construction input prices increased by 2.3%.
Sigitas Dobilinskas, director general of Lithuanian Shipping Company (LSC) AB, denies that seamen are under pressure regarding the vessel Deltuva, which arrested in Klaipeda, reports LETA/ELTA, referring to Vakaru ekspresas.
According to pre-audited results of Invalda INVL, AB group for the 6 months of 2015, consolidated net profit attributable to shareholders of Invalda INVL amounted to EUR 4.1 million, while in the same period of 2014 it was EUR 5.4 million, the group said, cites LETA/ELTA.
Vilnius County Police Headquarters has announced that the due date for best and final offers (BAFOs) regarding the Vilnius Police Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (PPP) project is September 10, 2015, reports BC chief project manager for PPP Irmantas Butkauskas.