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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 28.05.2018, 08:23

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Baltic and Nordic regulators sign memorandum on cooperation in electronic communications

Baltic and Nordic regulators sign memorandum on cooperation in electronic communications

24.05.2018

The regulators of the Baltic and Nordic countries signed a memorandum in Riga today on cooperation in the sphere of electronic communications, LETA was told at the Latvian Public Utilities Commission.

Keyword tags: EU – Baltic States, Latvia, Legislation, Technology, Telecomunications



India's 2nd biggest company Reliance to expand to Estonia

India's 2nd biggest company Reliance to expand to Estonia

22.05.2018

Reliance Industries, India's second biggest company, is set to invest 1.5 million euros in the launch of its business in Estonia and wishes to use the Estonian operation for entry into the European Union market and replicating Estonian e-solutions into the Indian context, Hindustan Times reported, cites LETA/BNS.

First Nokia Showroom in Baltics opened in Riga

First Nokia Showroom in Baltics opened in Riga

17.05.2018

Mobitec Group, dealer of Nokia cell phones, in cooperation with its wholesale partner in Latvia, Evelatus, has opened the first Nokia Showroom in the Baltic states, located in Riga Plavnieki suburb, said Mobitec Group representatives, informs LETA.


Telia Company plans to hire 400 IT specialists in Vilnius

Telia Company plans to hire 400 IT specialists in Vilnius

16.05.2018

Swedish telecommunications company Telia Company does not renounce its plans, announced last October, to hire up to 400 IT specialists at the Vilnius-based services center by the end of this year, the company CEO Johan Dennelind said after meeting with Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis on May 16th, reports LETA/BNS.

Bill about TV content in EU languages aimed at restricting Russian propaganda to be rewritten

Bill about TV content in EU languages aimed at restricting Russian propaganda to be rewritten

16.05.2018

A working group of the parliamentary committee on human rights and public affairs will rewrite the draft legislative amendments aimed at restriction of the Russian propaganda in Latvia and requiring that at least 90 percent of the content in the cable TV basic packages should be in the languages of the EU member states.


14.05.2018

Cognizant center in Riga to employ 300 people

The U.S. IT company Cognizant development and supply center in Riga will employ 300 people, the Cognizant center's head Kim Leanderson said during the opening event on May 11th, cites LETA.

11.05.2018

Estonia and Japan ready to sign ICT agreement

Estonia's Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology Urve Palo and Japan's Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Seiko Noda have agreed on a plan to sign an agreement on cooperation in information and communications technology between Estonia and Japan, informs LETA/BNS.

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