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Thursday, 12.12.2013, 03:14
France's heating company Dalkia Group has sold Dalkia Latvia to Energijas risinajumi, a company that belongs to Guntars Kokorevics who formerly represented the French company in Latvia, according to firmas.lv data, informs LETA/Nozare.lv.
Keyword tags: Energy, Latvia, Legislation, Mergers and take-overs
On November 28, 2013, the Estonian Competition Board issued a decision authorizing the concentration of the Estonia-based media company Ekspress Grupp, Suits Meedia and SL Ohtuleht, Ajakirjade Kirjastus, Express Post, reported LETA the company.
Alexela Energia AS announced that it acquired 25% more of shares of electricity sales company Elektrimüügi AS and now has an over 70% stake in the company, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
During talks this week between officials from the Education Ministry and administration at Riga Technical University (RTU), a decision was made by the ministry to propose to the Latvian Maritime Academy (LMA) to enter into negotiations with RTU on merging both schools, informs LETA.
Retail trade company Narvesen will reorganize its legal status to merge Narvesen Baltija and Preses apvieniba companies by April 2014, continuing its retail business in Latvia under one official name – Narvesen Baltija, informs LETA/Nozare.lv.
Estonian publishing and media company AS Ekspress Grupp informed the Tallinn stock exchange that it acquires a holding in UAB Adnet Media, informs LETA.
Lithuania-based company Avia Solutions Group, which is providing aviation business solutions, pilot and crew training and aviation staff leasing, ground handling and aircraft fuelling and other aviation related services, concluded a series of agreements to acquire 96.2% of shares of Helisota UAB, company based in Kaunas, Lithuania, informs LETA/ELTA.