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Thursday, 23.05.2013, 13:45
Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves spoke in front of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Homeland Security in the UK House of Common on Tuesday, Estonian World reports.
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While visiting the South Korean electronics company Samsung during her official visit to South Korea today, Saeima Speaker Solvita Aboltina (Unity) said that Latvia highly values the company's decision to make Riga its regional center of commercial operations, informs LETA.
Virexxa, a medicine candidate developed in the Estonian Cancer Research Technology Development Centre, will be produced by Estonian company Kevelt, which is of symbolic importance for the Estonia bio-technology industry, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
The government yesterday decided to grant a tax break of LVL 7.25 million to Latvijas Mobilais telefons (LMT) for the development of the 4G mobile telephony network in the less-populated areas of Latvia in which the company plans to invest LVL 29.01 million, informs LETA.
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (BTMU) together with its subsidiary, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Poland) S.A. (BTMUP) signed an agreement on cooperation with Invest Lithuania on May 8, 2013, informs LETA/ELTA.
Decisions made shortly after regaining independence, such as computer classes in schools and ensuring free internet all over the country, along with functioning IT solutions and e-services have made Estonia greater beyond its geographical borders, Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves said on Monday at the Google conference Zeitgeist 2013, reports LETA.
Estonian telecommunication company EMT, Solutions MMC, Cybernetica AS, AS Finestmedia, The Division, and Gemalto S.A helped to launch Mobile ID in Azerbaijan.
The European Union is in a time of change; generally, it is the short-term economic issues that attracts the decision-makers’ attention. Through the EU main stream –innovations- various age groups are supposed to take part in changing the development trend in the member states; first of all through the Union’s digital agenda.
The new EuroLCDs liquid-crystal display production facility in Ventspils will manufacture products for European and U.S. markets, the facility's head Ainars Ozols informed LETA during the official opening ceremony on Friday, informs LETA.
Company EuroLCDs opens a new liquid-crystal display production facility in Ventspils High-Tech Park today, as the company's board member Ilmars Osmanis told LETA.
Norwegian business software and services provider Visma's Vilnius software development unit Visma Lietuva plans to grow to up to 500 staff in the coming years, informs LETA/ELTA.
lsm.lv – the news platform of Latvia's new public medium – went online today, as National Electronic Mass Media Council Chairman Ainars Dimants informed during a press conference, informs LETA/Nozare.lv.
Representatives of Lithuanian Business Confederation (LVK) urge school leavers to consider seriously the choices of further studies. They claim that professionals of technological science have much better prospects in today's job market, informs LETA/ELTA.
BBC praises Estonia for its internet-dependence, fun, simple and cool approach to programming, and computer teaching to children in their early school steps in BBC's article published on May 15, reports LETA.
Over 100 cultural heritage landmarks around Estonia will be marked with QR codes linking to visitestonia.com database, Estonian entrepreneurship support organization EAS said in a statement, informs LETA.