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Power market prices go up amid rise in Scandinavian prices

The average price of electricity in Nord Pool’s Lithuanian bidding area rose by 3 per cent last week from a week earlier to 39.8 euros per...

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Riga International Airport focusses on China

Riga International Airport has a growing interest in China’s cargo transit, said the airport’s representative and board member of th...

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Tipsy Norwegian undresses in Riga bar, gets handcuffed

A drunken Norwegian national was detained in Riga last weekend for undressing in a bar and shattering a glass door with his foot.On Oct. 30, a g...

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A trying time when information warfare is part of weaponisation

The Baltic Times, editor-in-chief linas@baltictimes.com Security concerns continue to be hot-button iss...

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Warsaw Security Forum highlights security concerns, bestows former Estonian president

The third Warsaw Security Forum (WSF), held between Oct. 26 and 28, in Warsaw, Poland, has attracted more than 400 high-level governmental offic...

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Lithuania’s Peasants and LSDP to work on a coalition government programme

The Lithuanian Peasant and Green Union (LVZS) and the Social Democratic Party (LSDP) agreed on Monday, Oct. 31, to start working on a coalition ...

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Latvian competition watchdog launches inquiry into merger

The Latvian Competition Council will look into the merger of DNB and Nordea banks in the Baltic States, the competition watchdog said. The Counc...

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MEP Guoga: EU is on threshold of major reforms

Antanas Guoga, more widely known as Tony G in the professional poker world, could have aimed for new heights in the industry with TonyBet &mdash...

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Commission recommends Ilze Cirule as best candidate to head State Revenue Service

RIGA - The commission evaluating candidates for the next leader of the State Revenue Service has recommended Ilze Cirule, who has extensive work...

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Estonian opposition starts gathering signatures for no-confidence motion against PM

TALLINN - The heads of the three opposition parties in the Estonian parliament, Kadri Simson, Andres Herkel, and Martin Helme, reached an agreem...

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