Wed, 27 Oct 2010: Tallinn: gateway to Asia?…

The officials stated that since air connections form an important part of Estonia’s business environment, it must be possible to fly from Tallinn to all the most important European business ...

Thu, 10 Jun 2010: Good sailing for ferry operators…

During peak season the ships are not usually short of passengers. In the months of May and June, slightly more reservations have been made compared with a year ago, competitor Viking Line announc...

Thu, 8 Apr 2010: Abuse of dominant position confirmed…

Moreover, the TVOU itself used to supply fuel to aircraft as well. In this way, the TVOU, being directly involved in the supply of aircraft fuel and seeking protection of its position in these ac...

Thu, 28 Jan 2010: Bank takes over sports hall…

The details of the deal were not revealed. The sports hall was built in 2006 in preparation for the ice hockey world championship. The building’s total area is 22,570 square meters. Last ...

Thu, 22 Oct 2009: Taxi wars head to court…

"Baltic Taxi is and will be a solvent company that is in business to stay," said Flick. He pointed out that this year its monthly turnover indicates that the company has cornered up to 50 percent...

Thu, 14 May 2009: Hobby Hall pulls out of Baltics…

"Quick escalation of the financial crisis in the Baltic countries has brought a substantial deterioration in purchasing power, leading to loss-making operations, and there are no foreseeable oppo...

Wed, 23 Apr 2008: FlyLAL mulls taking competitor airBaltic to court…

Tickets for airBaltic flights from Vilnius are lower than analogous flights from Riga, which essentially means that airBaltic is subsidizing its Vilnius routes with the significant discounts it re...

Wed, 10 Oct 2007: FlyLAL says prepared to take majority stake in airBaltic…

Nevertheless, FlyLAL executives are confident a takeover of the Latvian competitor would benefit all sides. "We have excellent experience in the privatization of airlines, as well as a well-deve...

Wed, 19 Sep 2007: PKN Orlen could merge with Lotos…

One calls for the consolidation of PKN Orlen and the other for the consolidation of Lotos," the Polish news agency PAP quoted Kaczynski as saying. Treasury Minister Wojciech Jasinski has been quo...

Wed, 19 Sep 2007: FlyLAL chafes at airBaltic’s market dominance…

"We calculated that these dishonest actions by our competitors could have cost us up to 5 million litas in lost revenue." Puksta said that flyLAL, which is owned by three private Lithuanian comp...

Wed, 18 Jul 2007: Taking counsel: Employee’s prohibition on competition…

Currently there is only one provision on an employee's prohibition on competition in the Estonian Employment Contracts Act, pursuant to which a worker is required not to compete with the employer...

Wed, 12 Jul 2006: TALKING TAX: ‘Hey, where should I put my old fridge?’…

The other category of NRT payers consists of companies that use the EEE for their business purposes. The rates (depending on the weight of the EEE) may be significant, or sometimes prohibitive, b...

Wed, 25 Jan 2006: Kazakhs, Poles step up lobbying efforts…

I may only confirm everything that was said before."Reports indicate that PKN Orlen offered more than their Kazakh competitor in the first round of bidding that took place late last year, or $1.5 ...

Wed, 21 Dec 2005: Olympic Casino buys out Latvian competitor…

The transaction will boost the market share of Olympic Casino on Latvia's fragmented gaming market to 15 's 16 percent, making it the second biggest operator after Alfor. Alfor possesses about one...

Wed, 15 Jun 2005: Bite GSM wants to lease competitor networks during start-up phase…

CEO Jesper Teil Eriksen told journalists last week that Bite has invited Latvia's LMT and Tele2 to launch talks concerning the lease of their networks, and Eriksen said that the two companies shou...

Wed, 15 Jun 2005: LMT launches mobile TV service…

Director Guntars Traubergs told journalists that the Internet television service that LNT has been providing for more than five years has been used by at least 200,000 people throughout the countr...

Thu, 15 May 2003: LMT eyes fixed-line market…

Several companies have lined up to enter the market, though Lattelekom has yet to open its infrastructure to competitors.LMT spokesman Davids Dane said the company was seeking a fixed-line service...

Thu, 24 Apr 2003: Hansapank doubts competitor…

Liinat added that after Nordea Bank and Uhispank lowered their interest rates the bank had received numerous calls to inquire about loan opportunities. Compared with January, Hansapank's share on ...

Thu, 20 Mar 2003: Retailer attacks competitor’s ads …

This measure was taken after establishing that the company had twice violated the procedure for importing foodstuffs.According to the service's report, a 23-ton rice shipment from India, imported ...

Thu, 30 Jan 2003: Analysts expect solid dividends for 2002…

"No major changes are expected in the companies' dividend policy. I think that the major Estonian companies listed on the stock exchange will pay shareholders reasonable dividends," Reisenbuk said...

Thu, 23 Jan 2003: Russians’ taste for credit takes hold…

Property is usually paid for with a lump sum.But spurred by the arrival of Western financial institutions into the retail banking sector, and thanks to the financial stability that has followed th...

Thu, 7 Jan 1999: Statoil buys stations from competitor…

"We were interested in increasing our representation in Estonia. Statoil's objective is to become the market leader in the Baltics."Before it acquired Alexela Oils' stations, Statoil owned 14 stat...

Thu, 22 Oct 1998: A glance at Baltic real estate…

I try to do a very good job and I try to put out a very good product. Everybody is welcome to be in this business. One certainly needs to be aware of what the competitor is doing, but I do not ben...
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