Thu, 20 Jan 2011: Estonia needs to borrow more…

Estonia has virtually no national debt. Indeed, the small Baltic State has hardly issued any government bonds at all. Although that is something to be proud of, in a way it is hurting its welfare ...

Wed, 28 Jul 2010: Consortium expresses interest in gas-fired power plant…

We are only interested in the technical implementation possibilities of the project,” stressed Goldman, adding that the necessary financial resources were already in place in a fund belongin...

Wed, 28 Mar 2007: Brussels chides Lithuania, Estonia for breaches of telecom rules…

The commission also filed suits for the same offense against Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Slovakia. According to the Baltic News Service, in December the Lithuanian government approved ...

Wed, 1 Mar 2006: More Balts using multiple mobile phones…

Luxembourg was second with 131.9 percent, Barbados third at 131.1 percent and the Netherlands fourth at 128 percent.Darius Montvila, deputy CEO of mobile operator Bite Lietuva, said that a signifi...

Wed, 9 Nov 2005: Dutch court recommends selling Mazeikiu refinery to cover debts…

It was unclear, however, how the Dutch court decision would interfere with those plans. The court was set to summon experts to ascertain details of a sale, Romualdas Kalonaitis, Lithuania's envoy ...

Thu, 14 Aug 2003: In Brief - 2003-08-14…

Skanska reported that the move away from Latvia is part of its long-term strategy, "but development will continue in Prague, Budapest and Warsaw." Skanska Project Development Europe reported that ...

Thu, 3 Apr 2003: Hopes of economic recovery dim with war…

It dropped in all member states except for Luxembourg and the Netherlands, where it remained unchanged, and Portugal where it rose by 0.3 percentage point.The new source of gloom came barely two w...

Thu, 25 Nov 1999: Making money from artful marketing…

In fact, if they are impressed enough, they might even attach a stamp and send the sponsor's message to their friends on the other side of the globe.The concept, first tried in the Netherlands ab...

Thu, 28 Oct 1999: Lietuvos Kuras to be privatized for a song…

Lietuvos Kuras, which has over 120 filling stations in Lithuania, has been swimming in debt. A spokesperson at the country's State Property Fund confirmed that Lietuvos Kuras' liabilities came to ...

Thu, 7 Oct 1999: Entrepreneur takes aim with new business…

Fate has a lot of deciding factors also," said Balfoort, who was born in the Netherlands, but moved to New Zealand as a teenager. "Sometimes you end up in an area or a region that you just make it...

Thu, 24 Sep 1998: Summed up…

According to Tonis Maerand, board chairman of Fortex, the company that owns 59 percent of Paikuse Saeveski, the sawmill is to reach full capacity at the turn of the century. The firm plans to sell...
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