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ESCB central banks welcome the publication of Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct

ESCB central banks welcome the publication of Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct

26.05.2017

he European System of Central Banks (ESCB) welcomes the publication of the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct (Code) and related adherence mechanisms material, the Bank of Lithuania informed.

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NATO to remain in Baltics until 2022

NATO to remain in Baltics until 2022

26.05.2017

ATO member states are likely to remain in the Baltic region until 2022, Polish President Andrzej Duda said after the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday, according to Radio Poland citing LETA/BNS.

Some 230 refugees relocated under EU program have left Lithuania

Some 230 refugees relocated under EU program have left Lithuania

26.05.2017

Some 230 Middle Eastern refugees relocated to Lithuania under the EU's resettlement program have already left the country, reported LETA/BNS accordgin the daily Lietuvos Zinios.


Announcement of an open competition for the services of  approximately 90 external experts for Rail Baltica

Announcement of an open competition for the services of approximately 90 external experts for Rail Baltica

26.05.2017

The Joint Stock Company RB Rail AS announces an open competition “Expert Services” for which proposals to be submitted by 29 June, 2017. In order to engage the best national and international experts in the field RB Rail procures expert services to support Rail Baltica project delivery team further in the planning and design phase of the railway. The experts will be involved in various tasks for the Rail Baltica Global Project[1] management, small scale studies and technical support, preparation of procurements and subsequently in contract management, RB Rail informed BC.

 TS Laevad had EUR 5.8 mln in claims on Turkish and Polish shipbuilders at year-end

TS Laevad had EUR 5.8 mln in claims on Turkish and Polish shipbuilders at year-end

25.05.2017

TS Laevad, ferry operating arm of the state owned company Port of Tallinn, paid 5.2 million euros to lease vessels necessary for the provision of ferry services in 2016, whereas its claims on the Turkish and Polish shipbuilders for delays with the delivery of brand new ferries totaled 5.8 mln euros at year-end, informed LETA/BNS.


25.05.2017

Estonia's public administration minister resigns over NATO remarks

Estonia's Minister of Public Administration Mihhail Korb on Wednesday filed for his resignation from the Cabinet post in connection with the remarks about Estonia's NATO membership made by him during a meeting with war veterans the day before, reports LETA/BNS.

24.05.2017

German investors consider Baltics the best place to invest in Central and Eastern Europe

A survey conducted by the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce (AHK) in 2017 shows German businesses as having a better opinion of the Baltic countries than of any other country in Central and Eastern Europe, writes LETA.

24.05.2017

India becoming increasingly important foreign trade partner of Latvia

ndia is becoming an increasingly important foreign trade partner to Latvia, President Raimonds Vejonis said during a meeting with the visiting Indian Minister of State for External Affairs Mobashar Jawed Akbar at the Riga Castle today.

24.05.2017

Gazprom must compensate consumers for damage due to opaque trade

Russia's gas giant Gazprom must compensate European gas consumers for damage they suffered due to non-transparent gas trade practices, Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said after meeting with Maros Sefcovic, the European Commission's Vice-President for Energy Union in Vilnius on Wednesday.

24.05.2017

Harsher requirements for buyers of farmlands to affect Latvia’s development

The bill adopted by the Saeima last week, providing for harsher state language requirements for foreigners who buy farmland in Latvia, will negatively affect Latvia’s further development, said Swedish Ambassador to Latvia Henrik Landerholm in an interview with LETA.

24.05.2017

Latvia starts paying extra aid to milk producers

The Latvian Rural Support Service today started paying conditional adjustment aid to dairy farmers granted in the amount of EUR 7 mln, the Rural Support Service announced LETA.

24.05.2017

Lithuanian carriers' association in talks with IRU on EUR 4.8 mln in compensation

Lithuanian's national road carriers' association Linava is in talks with the International Road Transport Union (IRU) on 4.8 mln euros in compensation for overpaying for TIR carnets, reports LETA/BNS.

23.05.2017

Rinkevics voices support for Latvia's membership of CERN

Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics confirmed the ministry's commitment to facilitating Latvia's course towards a full membership of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) during the meeting with a delegation from CERN and representatives from the Riga Technical University writes LETA.

23.05.2017

TGW Logistics Group to set up engineering service centre in Kaunas

TGW Northern Europe, a unit of Austria-based TGW Logistics Group, is setting up an engineering service centre in Lithuania's second-biggest city of Kaunas, with plans to hire up to 100 information technology and system automation engineers over the next few years, Invest Lithuania said on Tuesday.

23.05.2017

Three Lithuanian bitcoin traders conceal EUR 0.4 mln in income

Three Lithuanian bitcoin traders have concealed 380,000 euros in income and failed to pay 32,000 euros in taxes, the State Tax Inspectorate, or VMI, said LETA/BNS.

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