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Tuesday, 28.02.2017, 05:09
Latvian dairy company Baltic Dairy Board in mid-February has sent its first shipment of first milk protein concentrate to the US, the company said in a statement to the Nasdaq Riga stock exchange.
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ccording to chairman of the Estonian parliament's foreign affairs committee Marko Mihkelson, the claim made in the magazine Newsweek that a Baltic nation is gathering intelligence on officials in the President Donald Trump's White House and executives with the president's company seems to be intentional disinformation, reports LETA/BNS.
The Seimas on Tuesday launched the procedure of ratification of Lithuania's agreement with the United States on the status of American troops in Lithuania.
Latvian classical conductor Andris Nelsons won a second Grammy Award in his career at a ceremony in Los Angeles last Sunday, the event’s organizers according to the official Grammy Awards website information writes LETA.
The U.S. Army will send tanks this week to the Baltic countries in the largest such deployment since the Cold War, the Wall Street Journal reports citing LETA/BNS.
AmCham Latvia supports openness of higher education systems and participation in international scientific processes
After independence, Latvia has sought to develop towards the western welfare growth direction. We have demonstrated that by joining the European Union and other international organizations working to improve the position in various international ratings. Higher education system should be the country's development, driving force for modernization and openness. By denying opportunity for internationally recognized experts to take positions in higher education management we slow down the development processes and limit opportunities for students.
Improvement of business environment and attraction of investments among top priorities of combating shadow economy in Latvia
The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) together with Stockholm School of Economics in Riga held a seminar in the AmCham Outlook series to discuss the shadow economy and its impact on Latvia’s business environment on January 18 at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, AmCham representatives informs BC.