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IMMER Digital: An Innovative Approach To Manufacturing Flexible Packaging

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In February 2017 a supermodern packaging manufacture was opened in Ventspils. BC met with Irina Mirochnik, President of ... Read more

Estonian Economy To Grow By 3.5% In 2018, Central Bank Estimates

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Estonia's economic growth would be at 3.5% in 2018-2019, but it would slow to 2.5% in 2020, according to forecasts by th... Read more

Lampa Festivals Political Arena: Talks With Politicians Without Masks

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In preparation for the upcoming Saeima elections, Lampa festival will provide a special Political arena for the first ti... Read more

76% Of Well-educated Estonian Workers Would Work Abroad

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Of Estonian workers, 56% would be willing to work abroad, which is slightly less than four years ago, but at the same t... Read more

Turnover Of Pobeda Confectionery Plant Grows 3.1 Times In 2017

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Turnover of Pobeda Confectionery, the Latvian subsidiary of Pobeda, a leading Russian chocolate maker, in 2017 reached E... Read more

Skinest Baltija Fails To Block Lithuanian Railways' Sleeper Purchase In Court

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Skinest Baltija, a company controlled by Estonia's railway services and investment group Skinest Rail, has failed in its... Read more

Sputnik Loses Press Ethics Dispute In Estonia About Army Reporting

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Deciding a media ethics dispute between Sputnik, the Russian state-controlled information agency, and the Estonian publi... Read more

Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai To Transport Cargo In Poland

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Lithuania's state-run railway company Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) will transport cargo in Poland for th... Read more

Latvia Declares The Nationwide Natural Disaster Due To Prolonged Drought

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The Latvian Crisis Management Council on June 26th resolved not to declare a state of emergency in agriculture due to pr... Read more

22 Latvians Have Become Victims Of Forced Labor In Past 4 Years

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Over the past four years, 22 Latvian nationals have become victims of forced labor in Latvia and foreign countries, Lasm... Read more

French Butchers Seek Protection From Vegan Hooligans

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Butchers in France have asked the government for protection against militant vegans, accusing them of trying to affect t... Read more

Spain Trying Alleged Baby Theft Network – Dark Page From Franco Dictatorship

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In Spain, the first trial into the alleged system of thousands of babies being taken from their parents over decades und... Read more

Latvias State Childrens Rights Inspectorate Increases Employees Wages

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Wages of employees and officials of State Inspectorate for Protection of Children's Rights have been increased one avera... Read more

Leonhard Weiss To Reconstruct 64 Km Of Railway In Estonia

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The state-owned Estonian railway infrastructure company Estonian Railways (AS Eesti Raudtee) has entered into a contract... Read more