Baltic Export

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 18.04.2014, 06:13

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Latvia registers EU's third smallest reduction in exports in January

Latvia registers EU's third smallest reduction in exports in January

16.04.2014

Latvia's exports in January 2014 reduced by 3% when compared with the same month last year, which is the third smallest reduction in the EU, according to Eurostat.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Baltic Export, EU – Baltic States, Foreign trade



Heads of Lithuania: Russia will only harm itself by imposing sanctions

Heads of Lithuania: Russia will only harm itself by imposing sanctions

16.04.2014

Heads of state are not panicking because of sanctions imposed by Russia against Lithuania's businesses. According to President Dalia Grybauskaite and Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius, Russia itself will feel the negative effect of such step, informs LETA/ELTA.

Possible limitation of alcohol export to Finland to affect Estonian producers

Possible limitation of alcohol export to Finland to affect Estonian producers

15.04.2014

Estonian producers of alcoholic drinks follow plans of Finnish parliament to limit the volume of alcohol, produced in the European Union (EU) and brought to Finland, which might influence Estonian producers, the Estonian national broadcasting ERR reports referring to the local press.


Exports increased by 5.9% and imports by 1.4% in Lithuania in February

Exports increased by 5.9% and imports by 1.4% in Lithuania in February

10.04.2014

Statistics Lithuania informs that, based on non-final data obtained from customs declarations, Intrastat reporting and VAT returns data, exports in February 2014 amounted to LTL 6.2 billion, imports – LTL 6.5 billion. Exports of goods of Lithuanian origin amounted to LTL 3.6 billion. Exports increased by 5.9% and imports by 1.4%.

Norway and Latvia being the major suppliers of both pulplogs and sawlogs for Sweden in 2013

Norway and Latvia being the major suppliers of both pulplogs and sawlogs for Sweden in 2013

10.04.2014

Importation of softwood logs to Sweden reached a 10-year high in 2013 with Norway and Latvia being the major suppliers of both pulplogs and sawlogs, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly.

10.04.2014

Latvia’s Spilva saw 35% rise in profits in 2013

The fruit and vegetable processing company Spilva achieved EUR 19.23 million in turnover last year, which was 4.9% more compared with the previous year, when the company looked at EUR 18.34 million in turnover, the company's financial director, Toms Didrihsons, informed the business information portal Nozare.lv, cites LETA.

09.04.2014

In February, exports of wheat and meslin from Latvia has doubled

Provisional data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that in February 2014 compared to previous month exports value of goods at current prices grew by 7.9%, but imports value of goods – by 2.8%. In February Latvia exported goods in amount of 797.1 mln euros, but imported – in amount of 942.9 mln euros.

09.04.2014

Legal protection process started for Latvian fish cannery Tin Fish

In order to avoid insolvency following a steep decline in sales on the Russian market, Roja fish cannery Tin Fish, which had started building a new processing facility in Pavilosta, has applied for a legal protection process to commence at the company, as Tin Fish Director Janis Kohs confirmed to the Nozare.lv business portal.

09.04.2014

EU takes Russia to WTO over ban on pork imports

The European Union launched a case against Russia at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Tuesday, over a ban imposed on all EU pork imports after cases of African swine fever were detected in the bloc, the DPA news agency reports, cites LETA.

09.04.2014

Lithuania’s pork seeks alternatives to Russian market

As Russia imposes restrictions on pork import, Lithuania is looking for potential markets for its production in the rest part of the world, informs LETA/ELTA.

08.04.2014

Grybauskaite's advisor: Russia's bans on pork import is political pressure

Bans of pork imports to Russia, as well as earlier embargo on milk products, checks introduced against Lithuanian carriers, are of a kind of political pressure, says Nerijus Udrenas, Chief Advisor on economy and social policy to President Dalia Grybauskaite at an interview with Ziniu Radijas radio, cites LETA/ELTA.

08.04.2014

Premia Foods increases turnover by 12% in Q1

Estonian food industry concern AS Premia Foods informed the Tallinn stock exchange that its unaudited consolidated turnover in the first quarter of 2014 increased, if compared to the first quarter of 2013, by 12.0%, i.e. 2.2 million euro, reaching 20.5 million euro, informs LETA.

08.04.2014

Latvijas Balzams will export a gold-filtered sparkling beverage

Continuing development of innovative products, Latvijas Balzams has launched a new brand – sparkling alcoholic beverage "Cosmopolitan Diva", which is pro-duced using the unique technology of gold-filtration for the first time. In total 22 thousand euros were invested in the development of the new product, consumers’ research and creation of website.

08.04.2014

Ikea didn’t put any Lithuanian company out of business

Lithuanian furniture manufacturers and retailers have not noticed a decrease in sales, despite predictions that Ikea’s arrival would potentially put them out of business, reports DELFI.

04.04.2014

Modest but stable growth of round timber purchasing prices in Latvia in 2013

The average purchase prices of round timber in the 2nd half of 2013 as compared to the 1st half of 2013 show modest but stable increase.

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