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Railway section for NATO equipment to be opened in Lithuania

Railway section for NATO equipment to be opened in Lithuania

29.05.2020

The construction of the Pabrade-Pazeimene railway section of national importance was completed in Lithuania's Svencionys District earlier this month and it will be presented on May 29th, informs LETA/BNS.

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50-70% drop in passengers using taxi services during state of emergency in Latvia

50-70% drop in passengers using taxi services during state of emergency in Latvia

29.05.2020

Kristians Godins, board chairman of the Road Transport Administration, said in an interview with LETA that there has been a 50-70% drop in passengers using taxi services during the state of emergency period.

Croatia reopens borders for 10 EU nations for tourism

Croatia reopens borders for 10 EU nations for tourism

28.05.2020

Croatia reopened its borders without restrictions to citizens from 10 European Union countries, including the Baltic States, on Thursday as the Adriatic nation looks to salvage a vital tourism sector hit by the coronavirus pandemic, informs LETA/BNS.


Estonian government eases restrictions related to COVID-19

Estonian government eases restrictions related to COVID-19

28.05.2020

The Estonian government on Thursday decided to ease restrictions related to COVID-19 in the field of travel, public events, the organization of sporting events, and education, reports LETA/BNS.

More than 100 Lithuanians return to country from abroad via Baltic neighbors each day

More than 100 Lithuanians return to country from abroad via Baltic neighbors each day

28.05.2020

Latvia’s and Estonia’s border guard services each day notify Lithuania’s institutions about more than 100 Lithuania’s nationals arriving from other countries, Lithuania's State Border Guard Service (SBGS) reported on May 28th, cites LETA/BNS.


28.05.2020

Estonia backs permitting oil shale sector to use fiscally marked diesel

he Estonian government on May 28th approved a draft legislation aimed to reduce the costs of oil shale mining companies by temporarily allowing them to use diesel fuel carrying a fiscal marker in mining operations, informs LETA/BNS.

28.05.2020

Lithuania’s government approves 'child money' proposal

The Lithuanian government on Wednesday approved a proposal to provide additional support to families with children, which was put forward by President Gitanas Nauseda in a bid to aid households during the coronavirus pandemic and to stimulate the economy through consumption, informs LETA/BNS.

28.05.2020

Competition Council brought 13 cartels to a close over past 5 years in Latvia

Over the past five years, the Competition Council brought thirteen cartels involving 64 companies to a close, imposing a total of EUR 3.5 million in fines, the Competition Council in Latvia informed LETA.

27.05.2020

Lithuanian government broadly agrees on guidelines for 5G development

The Lithuanian government on May 27th broadly agreed on guidelines for 5G development until 2025 in a bid to speed up economic growth, enhance the country’s competitiveness, promote job creation as well as the development of innovation and information society, informs LETA/BNS.

27.05.2020

Lietuvos Rytas posts loss of EUR 13.8 mln after selling TV channel

Lietuvos Rytas, one of the largest media groups in Lithuania, earned 266,700 euros in audited consolidated net profit in 2019, after suffering a net loss of 1.645 million euros in 2018, reports LETA/BNS.

27.05.2020

Latvian PM: there are no plans to extend state of emergency beyond June 9

There are no plans to extend the state of emergency declared in Latvia due to the Covid-19 pandemic beyond June 9, however, some restrictions will still remain in place after that date, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) said today in an interview to TV3 channel, cites LETA.

27.05.2020

Tallinn endorses 2019 financial report

The Tallinn city government on May 27th approved the city's consolidated financial report for 2019, informs LETA/BNS.

26.05.2020

Estonia to issue 10-year bonds worth EUR 1 bln

The Estonian government is about to kick off an international offering of bonds worth at least one billion euros and with a maturity of 10 years, informs LETA/BNS.

26.05.2020

The ministry plans to fuel Latvia's economics with EUR 2.2 bln

A strategy worked out by the Economics Ministry for dealing with the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis proposes providing EUR 2.2 billion worth of public and private investments to various infrastructure projects a year until 2023.

26.05.2020

Lithuanian watchdog seizes documents from Vilnius municipality regarding lung ventilators

Lithuania's Financial Crime Investigation Service has on Tuesday seized documents from Vilnius City Municipality over the procurement of lung ventilators, and has also carried out searches at a company Andrikus, reports LETA/BNS.

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