Lithuanian parliament leaves reduced VAT on heating in place until next June

VILNIUS – The Lithuanian parliament has left the reduced 9-percent VAT rate on district heating in place until May 31, 2017, which means t...

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New EU political realities may slow down Baltics’ energy market integration quest

Energy sector stakeholders, pundits, and media people gathered in Bratislava, Slovakia, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 to discuss the future of the Euro...

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Nasdaq wants policy makers be supportive of capital markets as a funding option

Although Nasdaq is home to 3,700 listed companies worldwide, Nasdaq stock exchanges in Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius form the vibrant Baltic Market...

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Lithuania’s education ground-breaker Austeja Landsbergiene: ‘Who am I to judge?’

For Austeja Landsbergiene, the wife of the Lithuanian Conservatives’ honcho Gabrielius Landsbergis (officially, the chairman of the Party ...

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US pressures Latvia to clean up its non-resident banks

RIGA - Will pressure from the United States, fear of losing the last dollar correspondent account, and an impending vote on admission into the O...

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Similar to 2008-2009 economic slump, Baltic markets see money glut again

Echoing domestic and foreign financial analysts, Darius Klimasauskas, Associate Director and Head of Corporate Finance, KPMG Baltics, claims tha...

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