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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 23.08.2017, 08:57

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Rimi Baltic retailer reports 1.5% turnover rise in H1

Rimi Baltic retailer reports 1.5% turnover rise in H1

22.08.2017

Rimi Baltic retailer in the first six months of this year posted EUR 707.2 million in sales in the Baltic states, up 1.6% year-on-year, while sales in Latvia reached EUR 368.6 million or up 4.6% from the respective period last year, said Swedish concern ICA Gruppen, the owner of Rimi Baltic, in its report, cites LETA.

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Vegetable prices in Latvia might be slightly higher in 2017

Vegetable prices in Latvia might be slightly higher in 2017

21.08.2017

Vegetable prices in Latvia this fall might be slightly higher than a year ago, said Maira Dzelzkaleja-Burmistre, the chairwoman of the Farmers Parliament organization, in an interview with the commercial LNT television on Monday, cites LETA.

Maxima Latvija invests EUR 410,000 in expansion of self-service cash registers network

Maxima Latvija invests EUR 410,000 in expansion of self-service cash registers network

21.08.2017

Maxima Latvija retailer this year has invested more than EUR 410,000 in expansion of the self-service cash registers network, the company reported LETA.


Profit of Latvian Elko Grupa reaches EUR 4.827 mln in H1

Profit of Latvian Elko Grupa reaches EUR 4.827 mln in H1

21.08.2017

Turnover of Latvia’s IT wholesaler Elko Grupa in the first half 2017 was EUR 586.068 million, which is by 20.8% more than in the respective period last year, while the concern’s profit rose 24.6% to EUR 4.827 million, informs LETA, according to the company’s statement to the Nasdaq Riga stock exchange.

Coop's e-store to create own food delivery service in Estonia

Coop's e-store to create own food delivery service in Estonia

17.08.2017

While the Estonian state-owned logistics company Eesti Post AS operating under the Omniva brand on August 16th announced that it will stop offering food delivery services to retail chains, the e-store of the Estonian retailer Coop is to create its own delivery service starting from September 2017, informs LETA/BNS.


09.08.2017

Coop Pank to start providing cash services at 350 of retail group's stores

Eesti Krediidipank is set to take over the business name and brand of Coop Pank and is planning to open bank offices and offer simpler banking services in 350 Coop stores while at the end of summer and in fall 12 offices of Krediidipank across Estonia will be refurbished according to the Coop Pank brand, informs LETA/BNS.

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