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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 24.11.2014, 10:00

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Estonian government approves of last loan payment to Estonian Air

Estonian government approves of last loan payment to Estonian Air

20.11.2014

The Estonian government gave approval to the Finance Ministry to pay the last 12.1 mln euro loan installment to Estonia's national carrier Estonian Air by November 28, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

Keyword tags: Airport, Estonia, Financial Services, Legislation, Loan, Transport



Estonian government approves ban on advertising instant loans on TV and radio

Estonian government approves ban on advertising instant loans on TV and radio

13.11.2014

The Estonian government decided to approve and send to the Riigikogu to discuss a draft law, which prohibits advertising instant loans on television and radio, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

Lithuanian MP addresses Prosecutor's Office over loans to Air Lituanica

Lithuanian MP addresses Prosecutor's Office over loans to Air Lituanica

12.11.2014

Member of Parliament Remigijus Simasius (the Liberals' Movement) has addressed the Prosecutor General's Office over the loan issued by municipal enterprise responsible for district heating Vilniaus Silumos Tinklai to airline Air Lituanica, informs LETA/ELTA.


Lithuanian credit unions start operating at profit in 9 months

Lithuanian credit unions start operating at profit in 9 months

10.11.2014

63 credit unions operating under the Lithuanian Central Credit Union (Lietuvos Centrine Kredito Unija – LCKU) earned LTL 183,000 (EUR 53,000) in profit in the first three quarters of 2014. In the first three quarters of 2013 they recorded a LTL 5.5 million (EUR 1.6 million) loss, informs LETA/ELTA.

Swedbank loses market share in Estonia in 2014

Swedbank loses market share in Estonia in 2014

10.11.2014

Swedbank has lost market share in Estonia in both the loans and deposits market, Financial Supervision Authority fresh review of the financial markets indicates, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

06.11.2014

41% Estonian families lack savings

72% Estonian households think that, if necessary, they are able to save money each month but in reality 41% lack savings, Delfi cites a study commissioned by Eesti Pank and carried out by TNS Emor.

05.11.2014

Lietovos bankas: business' attitude towards borrowing is improving

A survey commissioned by the Bank of Lithuania has shown that for the first time in two years more companies are ready to use external financing than their own resources, informs LETA/ELTA.

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