RIGA - The following is the calendar of main business events scheduled in the Baltic states next week.
MONDAY, June 18
Estonia. Deadline for offers for the competition for the design and design supervision services f...
RIGA - The Latvian rural bus networks are unsuited for the needs of foreign tourists willing to travel around the countryside, according to a study conducted as part of Caito, a project of the EU Interreg Central Baltic program for cross-border cooperation.
The Latvian rural bu...
TALLINN – The state-owned energy group Eesti Energia topped the list of Estonia's most highly regarded employers for the fifth year running according to the annual employer reputation survey of Kantar Emor.
The top five includes also shipper Tallink, Skype, the state ...
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