Wed, 11 May 2011: Three-ply roll wins poll…

These paper products are made from sorted recycled fiber with a unique, no analogue, twig-shaped embossing press. These, as well as the other products, are being constantly developed and improved ...

Wed, 9 Mar 2011: Rail Garant wins bid…

Tallinna Sadam council chairman Neinar Seli said that the deciding factor in making the decision was Rail Garant’s novel business plan to use the terminal for Russian export, which means new...

Wed, 5 Mar 2008: Latvia wins minor semantic feud with European Commission…

The "softer" report on Latvia's economy, the fastest growing in the European Union, now says the "economic scenario is attended by very high risks to macroeconomic stability, including continued ...

Wed, 28 Jun 2006: Nuclear plant project wins support…

Varek and the chairman of the French Senate also spoke about green energy, with Poncelet highlighting Estonia's experience in using wood for energy production. Poncelet said he weighed sending a ...

Wed, 5 Apr 2006: Lithuanian company wins runway tender…

Aspects of the tender were not only exceptional by procedure, but also by its value," the undersecretary in charge of acquisitions, Jurate Raguckiene, Raguckiene told the Batlic News Service. Reco...

Wed, 16 Nov 2005: Sanitas wins tender for Polish drugmaker…

He refused to disclose the amount Sanitas bid for the stake.According to Jurgelenas, Sanitas notified the tender organizers that they would finance the purchase of Jelfa with funds raised through ...

Wed, 26 Oct 2005: Latvijas Balzams wins lucrative Norwegian tender…

Company managers were set to release more detailed information about this contract and the company's exports at a news conference on Oct. 26. Norway possesses some of the most expensive retail pri...

Wed, 14 Sep 2005: Gutta wins day in court against former chairman…

Fridjonsson has not commented on the court's decision. The complete text of the court decision will be available on Sept. 23, and starting from this date the decision could be appealed within 20 d...

Wed, 17 Aug 2005: Snaige wins preferential import duty…

The Customs Authority of Ukraine has also restored the previous classification of Snaige's refrigerators. "The formalities have been completed," Stankevicius said. Snaige sells over 90 percent of ...

Wed, 13 Jul 2005: Tabloid publisher wins Elta auction…

Romas Bubnelis, CEO of Vakaro Zinios, a controversial tabloid, told the Baltic News Service, "To have ELTA would be advantageous for our work."Respublika is a bi-lingual paper made infamous for pu...

Wed, 30 Mar 2005: Swedbank ups ante, wins over Hansa shareholders…

"While fully understanding Swed-bank's business logic of the profitability of the takeover… it does not automatically mean profit to the bank. We find the potential synergies are small," the ind...

Wed, 9 Feb 2005: Swiss-Swedish concern wins Estlink tender…

In the end, they said, it came down to price. "The two bidders who qualified in the tender, ABB and the French concern Areva, were both technically very strong. To sum it up, the price of the offe...

Thu, 10 Jul 2003: State gives investor huge break…

investor bought 33 percent of the oil refinery's shares and operational control of the oil complex. The revisions took effect July 8, the day of the signing.The government and the refinery's new s...

Thu, 19 Nov 1998: Latvia wins $207,000 at EU fishing derby…

That's just fine by fishermen, a Latvian fish industry leader said."Our fishermen aren't interested in catching many salmon," Inars Voits, head of the Latvian Fishermen's Association, said.The quo...
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