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Wednesday, 22.09.2021, 02:10
The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account at 93 million euros in surplus in November 2019. The surplus on the goods and services account increased by 11 million euros from a year earlier to 146 mln euros. Exports of goods were down by 3% over the year and imports by 4%, and the balance on the goods account was zero.
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small shipment of LNG from Russian gas company Novatek arrived in the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda on Saturday. It's the first LNG cargo from this company this year and the 14th since the new gas year started in October informed LETA/BNS.
The listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp's vessel Romantika will set sail to Nauta Shipyard in Gdynia, Poland today, on Jan. 13 for scheduled maintenance and planned renewal works, reported LETA/BNS.
The Tallinn Circuit Court has dismissed the action of Andree Uustal, former CEO of Novatours' Estonian branch, against the travel company with which Uustal demanded that the company pay him over 183,000 euros for unpaid remuneration, holiday allowance and compensatory interest informed LETA/BNS.
The thousands of tourists who travel from Russia to Estonia for New Year's Eve and Orthodox Christmas every year set a passenger record on the Tallinn-Moscow train route this season reported LETA/BNS.
The European commercial road transport employs over 10 million people, about 5% of total EU employment; it accounts for nearly half of all freight transport operations. EU passenger transport is expected to grow by 42% and freight transport by more than 60% up to 2050. Both two road transport sectors are hugely important for the EU's social and economic development: “mobility packages” ideas support the trend.
EfTEN Real Estate Fund III AS, a company listed on Nasdaq Tallinn, has signed conditional purchase agreements for acquiring two commercial properties in Latvia. The fund will buy in the territory of Riga Airport airBaltic's headquarters, as well as a logistics centre in Ķekava, in the outskirts of Riga. The properties are sold by New Hanza Capital.