Although Nasdaq is home to 3,700 listed companies worldwide, Nasdaq stock exchanges in Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius form the vibrant Baltic Market encompassing 70 companies. At the core of the exchange is the goal of minimising to the greatest possible extent the differences between the three Baltic markets in order to facilitate cross-border trading and attract more investments to the region. The Baltic Times spoke to Audrone Ranonyte, head of Nasdaq Baltic Market Marketing & Communications, on a range of issues concerning the exchange.
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