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Sunday, 22.01.2017, 20:16
The value of particle boards exported from Latvia in January-November last year was EUR 146.175 mln - 11.9% more than in the first eleven months of 2015 when Latvia exported particle boards worth EUR 130.659 mln, according to the Agriculture Ministry's Forest Department writes LETA.
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Lithuania should secure permits to export beef and poultry products to Japan by the beginning of March, which would enable Lithuanian producers to seek direct opportunities to export their products to the market, Ambassador to Japan Egidijus Meilunas says LETA/BNS.
Morocco might be interested in the knowhow of oil shale studies and services of the Estonian state-owned energy company Eesti Energia, and it is possible that the company would also sell the Enefit technology to the country to process oil shale, reports LETA/BNS.
The technology company MOMook, developing management software solutions for aviation training centres, is announcing a service agreement with Olympus Aviation Academy located in Thessaloniki, Greece, said companies representatives BC.
During a visit that ended on Wednesday, Vaino Reinart, deputy secretary general of the Estonian Foreign Ministry for economic affairs and development cooperation, discussed with officials of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) promoting economic relations between the countries and potental cooperation in developing e-governance, reports LETA/BNS.
Arvi Kalakutai, a turkey meat product manufacturing and trade arm of Arvi ir Ko, a Lithuanian business group owned by Vidmantas Kucinskas, has launched a 30-million-euro complex in Belarus, reports LETA/BNS.
The Swedish-owned Latvian potato starch maker Aloja Starkelsen this year has already sent the first test shipments to South Korea, the company’s board member Janis Garancs told LETA.
Vilkyskiu Pienine, one of Lithuania's largest dairy companies, has sent the first shipment of its products to China, becoming the first Lithuanian dairy to export to China – the cargo of 20 t of mozzarella should reach the Chinese market within about a month, reports LETA/BNS.
Estonian milk producer E-piim has signed an agreement worth 2 million euros, according to which the company will deliver 500 tons of cheese to a Japanese partner in the first half of the year and the Estonian company expects to enter into another agreement already in the second half of the year, the daily Postimees reports citing LETA/BNS.
The European Sawlog Price Index reached its lowest level in six years in the 3Q/16 because of lower lumber demand and reduced prices in both domestic and export markets, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly.
In the first ten months of 2016 Latvia still trailed behind its neighbors Estonia and Lithuania by export and import volumes while Lithuania showed the largest trade deficit, according to the Latvian Central Statistical Bureau writes LETA.
The listed Estonian electrical equipment maker Harju Elekter Group has won a tender to supply substations to Finland's largest distribution network company Caruna over a four-year period for 12 mln euros per year, reports LETA/BNS.
Leisure carrier Small Planet Airlines continues expanding its destinations’ map – after operating in Cambodia for the last couple of years, this winter season the company also started flying from Saudi Arabia and India. To reduce the negative effects of seasonality Small Planet Airlines bases some of its aircraft in Asia for the fourth year in a row, airlines representative told BC.