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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 26.05.2015, 08:37

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Lithuanian Seimas tightens sanctions for disseminating propaganda, inciting war

Lithuanian Seimas tightens sanctions for disseminating propaganda, inciting war

21.05.2015

From 1 October 2015, amendments to the Law on Provision of Information to the Public will enter into force. Lithuanian MPs adjusted the law taking into account changes of security situation, reports LETA/ELTA.

Keyword tags: Legislation, Lithuania, Markets and Companies, Telecomunications



Bite’s profit increases, but turnover decreases in Latvia in Q1

Bite’s profit increases, but turnover decreases in Latvia in Q1

19.05.2015

Mobile communications operator Bite Latvija increased its EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) by 14% to EUR 3 million in the first quarter of the year 2015, the company's representatives informed LETA.

Riga Court announced the verdict on the so-called digital television affair

Riga Court announced the verdict on the so-called digital television affair

15.05.2015

Riga Regional Court today convicted advertising expert Jurgis Liepnieks and businessman Andrejs Ekis in the so-called digital television affair, and ordered the two pay large fines, reports LETA.


LMT turnover, profit decrease in 2014

LMT turnover, profit decrease in 2014

15.05.2015

Mobile communications operator Latvijas Mobilais telefons (LMT) closed 2014 with EUR 144 million in turnover – 10% decrease on 2013 when the company turned over EUR 161 million, reports LETA, according to Firmas.lv data.

Controversial Uber starts operating in Estonia

Controversial Uber starts operating in Estonia

15.05.2015

The pilot programme of the controversial transport system Uber was launched on Friday in Estonia; Estonia is the first in the Baltic countries, where the program started operating, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

11.05.2015

Melngailis: Lattelecom and LMT must be sold, just like Citadele

The state sold Citadele as planned, and the same should be done with the state's stake in Lattelecom and Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT); this according to former Lattelecom CEO Nils Melngailis, who was instrumental in breaking up Parex banka, cites LETA.

08.05.2015

Europe's digital single market will probably increase mobile communication prices in Latvia

Implementing Europe's digital single market will probably increase mobile communication prices in Latvia, the leading Latvian mobile communications operators told LETA.

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