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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 26.09.2017, 15:59

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Estonian startup Pipedrive to grow its business in the South Asian market

Estonian startup Pipedrive to grow its business in the South Asian market

26.09.2017

The Estonian startup Pipedrive is planning to localize its sales management software tools into Indian languages to grow its business in the South Asian market, informs LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Baltic Export, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Good for Business, Technology



Estonia creates sanctions online map for all of EU to use

Estonia creates sanctions online map for all of EU to use

26.09.2017

The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the framework of the Estonian presidency of the Council of the European Union has created the EU Sanctions Map, a web environment, where all those interested can receive up to date information about the sanctions being implemented in the EU, reports LETA/BNS.

Lithuanian EduMin tightens stance on scientists' involvement in Belarus' NPP

Lithuanian EduMin tightens stance on scientists' involvement in Belarus' NPP

26.09.2017

In a reversal of its earlier position that Lithuania benefits from its scientists providing advice to Belarus on nuclear safety, the Education and Science Ministry said on Tuesday that the Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) should not participate in the European Commission-funded international project, informs LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian president sees post-election Germany as key partner in Europe

Lithuanian president sees post-election Germany as key partner in Europe

26.09.2017

After German parliamentary elections secured Chancellor Angela Merkel with yet another term in office, Berlin will remain Lithuania's most important partner in Europe, says President Dalia Grybauskaite, cites LETA/BNS.

Estonian president: governments should invest in technology

Estonian president: governments should invest in technology

26.09.2017

It is time that governments start investing in technology by automating many operations but also changing the whole society, like it has been done in Estonia, President Kersti Kaljulaid said in an interview to Norway's leading newspaper Aftenposten, cites LETA/BNS.


26.09.2017

Altum and EIF to unlock EUR 15 mln to Latvian businesses under the new program

Development Finance Institution Altum (Altum) has signed a long-term cooperation agreement with the European Investment Fund (EIF) that will provide EUR 15 million worth of loan guarantees to Latvia’s entrepreneurs under Cosme program, Altum spokeswoman Sandra Eglite told LETA.

26.09.2017

Aloja Starkelsen plans to invest EUR 600,000 in development

The Swedish-owned Latvian potato starch maker Aloja Starkelsen plans to invest EUR 600,000 in construction of a new warehouse and development of the territory, informs LETA, according to information published on the Internet website of the Procurement Supervision Bureau.

25.09.2017

Investing in social transformation: European perspectives

European Investment Bank “patronises” social innovation since 2012; the EIB’s Institute arranges competition among European researchers with the primary purpose of generating social, ethical or/and environmental impact. Fifteen finalists’ projects were assessed in Riga and revealed great potentials of untapped social innovation now being available in the EU and around the world.

25.09.2017

Estonia's organization of public procurements gets high appraisal from EU Commission

The organization of public procurements greater in value than the international threshold has improved significantly in Estonia over the past two years and has been rated as one of the best among EU member states, it appears from the Single Market Scoreboard published by the European Commission, informs LETA/BNS.

25.09.2017

Lithuania’s Limarko buys new ship for EUR 4.2 mln

Lithuania's Limarko Shipping Company (Limarko) has bought a new container ship, Kantata, for 5 million US dollars (EUR 4.2 mln) to expand its 10-strong fleet, informs LETA/BNS.

25.09.2017

Nord Stream 2 submitted permit applications in Finland

Swiss project developer Nord Stream 2 AG has last week submitted to the competent permit authorities applications for two permits to construct the planned twin 1,200-kilometre Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipelines through the Baltic Sea in the Finnish Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). The pipeline will run 374 kilometres across the Finnish EEZ, which is in international waters, reported BC Nord Stream’s press service.

25.09.2017

Finnish minister: Tallinn-Helsinki tunnel possible with private funding

Finnish Minister of Transport and Communication Anne Berner said that the construction of the Tallinn-Helsinki tunnel with private funding is completely possible as long as it deals with the Finnish transport system as a whole, reports LETA/BNS.

25.09.2017

Usakovs: mayors of EU capital cities concerned about future of cohesion policy

The mayors of EU capital cities are concerned about the future of the bloc’s cohesion policy, Riga Mayor Nils Usakovs (Harmony) said at the Summit of EU Capital City Mayors on Friday, cites LETA.

25.09.2017

McDonald’s implements EUR 10 mln worth investments program

Maltese company Premier Capital Plc (Premier Capital), the developmental licencee for McDonald’s in six countries, is implementing a EUR 10 million worth investments program, LETA learned from the company representatives.

25.09.2017

Ryanair to launch flights from Riga to Pafa and Burgos

The Irish low-fare airline has announced two new destinations from Riga for the upcoming summer season, LETA was informed by Riga International Airport.

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