Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Bridge Gap of Latvia and UK has strengthened – Latvian British Chamber of Commerce

November 29, 2010
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The Bridge Gap of Latvia and UK has strengthened – Latvian British Chamber of Commerce

The Latvian British Chamber of Commerce (LBCC) has arrived making a mark on Friday the 3rd December 2010 at the Embassy of Latvia in London. The LBCC would help to revolutionise the thinking between Latvia and the UK helping to bridge the gap even further between the 2 sides. The other 2 Baltic State...

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Baltic Nordic Summit 2011 misses out on Scotland

November 26, 2010
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Baltic Nordic Summit 2011 misses out on Scotland

With the Baltic Nordic summit taking place in January 2011 it will be missing out by not having Scotland’s involvement. Nobody knows what impact this will have but we will find out in January many can speculate. The main query is shouldn’t the Baltic (especially Latvia) and Nordic countries have a choice in this...

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Baltic’s Focus on EU 2020 Strategy of Business Growth and Job creation

November 23, 2010
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Baltic’s Focus on EU 2020 Strategy of Business Growth and Job creation

During the inaugural conference in Vilnius, Lithuania on 19th November 2010 of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), Laszlo Andor, EU Commissioner Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, discussed the best way forward for the Baltic States of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania to rectify GDP decline suffered during 2008-09 and growing numbers of the...

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20 Million Euros to be injected into the Baltic economy by McDonald’s Restaurants

November 5, 2010
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20 Million Euros to be injected into the Baltic economy by McDonald’s Restaurants

Riga’s McDonald to start with the boost in renovation spending the 20 Million Euro cash injection by Premier Capital Ltd. McDonald’s restaurants have been in Latvia for the past fourteen years. During that time they have turned over in excess of 6.5 million Euros, invested 6 million Euros and currently provided employment for 580 Latvians. Last...

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