Kas Jauns Avīze
More and more signs indicate that Nika Saveļjeva, the middle daughter of the deceased Valērijs Maligins, most likely has acted against the testament left by her father which bans the sale of “Olainfarm” shares for five years...
TALLINN – The Estonian government on Thursday approved a nationwide ban on night-time alcohol sales, which will enter into force at midnight between September 25 and 26.
The ban on night-time alcohol sales will be in force from midnight until 10 a.m. in all places that se...
● Acquisition strengthens sennder’s position as Europe’s leading digital logistics business.
● European operations of both companies consolidated and continued under the sennder brand.
● New commercial partnership to jointly develop solutions for European and North A...
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