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The largest telecommunications conference in the Baltic States Telco Trends will take place in Jurmala, in August20.07.2016
Already after a month in Jurmala, will take place Telco Trends - the largest international telecommunications conference and exhibition in the Baltic States, which will bring together representatives of leading enterprises of electronic communications from more than 30 countries of the world, informs BC Natalya Vasilyeva, Telco Trends PR Director.
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Telecommunications operator Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT) achieved a 13.3% increase in turnover in January-June as compared to the first half of 2015, the company informed LETA.
- In the first half of 2016, Latvia's Lattelecom information and communications technology group raised revenues by 5% against the same period last year to EUR 95 mln, the company's unaudited financial results show, writes LETA.
Shares of Latvia’s HansaMatrix high-tech company to be listed on Nasdaq Baltic Main List as of July 12,201607.07.2016
The share listing of HansaMatrix comes after the company’s recent private placement of new and existing shares to various investors, including a number of Baltic pension funds. After the most recent capital increase, HansaMatrix’s share capital consists of 1,829,381 ordinary shares with a nominal value of EUR 1 per share. All the shares will be listed on the Nasdaq Baltic Main List, told bourse.
The 6th International Telecommunications Conference and Exhibition TELCO TRENDS 2016 will be held from August 17 to August 19 in Jurmala, which is the largest one in the Baltic States. It will bring together the best industry experts, who will talk about the situation and trends in the European telecommunications market: including the subject of copyrights, the development of OTT services and payment technologies, as well as tell about the new technical solutions.
Lithuania's media watchdog has cancelled restrictions on two Russian-language TV channels after signals from the European Commission that the sanctions may run counter to EU legislation, reports LETA/BNS.
Lithuania's electronic communications market revenues grew by 5% in the first quarter to 160.322 million euros, from 152.645 million euros in the same period last year, final data from the Communications Regulatory Authority (RRT) showed on June 22nd, cites LETA/BNS.