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32 Baltic companies included in Coface ranking of 500 largest companies in Central and Eastern Europ12.09.2018
32 Baltic companies have made it to international credit insurer Coface ranking of 500 largest companies in Central and Eastern Europe, which is five companies more than in 2017, Coface representatives informed BC.
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Education at a Glance 2018, a fresh analysis of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), said that the possibilities of receiving a pre-school and basic education in Estonia are very fair compared to other countries, cities LETA/BNS.
The rating agency Standard and Poor's (S&P) has affirmed the credit rating of Eesti Energia at BBB but lowered its outlook to negative citing the plan of the state-owned Estonian energy group to buy the renewable energy company Nelja Energia, reported LETA/BNS.
Fitch Ratings has revised the outlook on Lithuania's long-term foreign-currency credit rating from stable to positive, informs LETA/BNS referring to the Finance Ministry of Lithuania.
Lithuania comes 40th out of 193 countries in the United Nations' Electronic Government Development Index 2018, dropping 17 positions, compared to 2016. Estonia leads among the Baltic states, coming in 16th with 0.8486 points, and Latvia is 57th with 0.6996 points.
Wednesday, 18 July 2018 | Source : Euro NCAP Volvo and Ford keep pace with Euro NCAP’s safety challenge Today, Euro NCAP releases the safety ratings of two new cars. Both Volvo’s new small off-roader, the XC40, and the latest version of Ford’s small family car, the Focus, achieve a maximum five-star rating. The XC40 scored 97 percent for adult occupant protection, putting it amongst the top five cars for this aspect of safety tested by Euro NCAP in the last three years.
All the world’s atwitter! Or almost. 97% of all 193 UN member states have an official presence on the platform. The governments of only six countries, namely Laos, Mauritania, Nicaragua, North Korea, Swaziland and Turkmenistan do not have an official presence on the platform, told in the BCW`s Twiplomacy study.