RIGA - Supervisory board at the joint-stock power utility Latvenergo will carry out a probe to determine whether the company has in recent years preferentially treated businessman Maris Martinsons, as well as companies and persons associated with him, as Latvenergo supervisory board chairman Ivars Golsts told LETA. At the same time, in order to ensure neutrality, chairman of Latvenergo management board Aris Zigurs will be on annual vacation until October 30.
At the meeting of the company's supervisory board on Monday, information released by Latvian Television on Sund...
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