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Lithuania may tax windfall bank profits, boost defence spending

Reuters 06 Feb 2023
VILNIUS, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Lithuania may introduce a windfall tax on banks if profits continue to soar this year on the back of rising interest rates, the country's central bank governor and finance minister said on Monday, with proceeds likely to go toward defence spending.
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Ukrainian refugees are becoming a burden to the Baltic states

Blitz 06 Feb 2023
Every conflict, including this one in Ukraine, always leads to refugees.
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Lithuania Weather

Citrus County Chronicle 04 Feb 2023
... the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Saturday, Feb.
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Pursuing collaboration with India in defence, other sectors: Lithuania lawmakers

The Telegraph India 04 Feb 2023
Lithuania is pursuing enhanced collaboration with India in a range of sectors, including defence, biotechnology and semiconductors, to mutually address needs of a rapidly changing global landscape, visiting lawmakers from the Baltic nation said ... "In some sectors such as biotechnology and semiconductor, Lithuania has advanced technology.
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Distribution rights of Škoda in Lithuania

Nasdaq Globe Newswire 03 Feb 2023
... KIA Auto UAB will become the retailer of Škoda in Lithuania in addition to KIA vehicles.
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Estonia Latvia Lithuania

Citrus County Chronicle 03 Feb 2023
From left ... 3, 2023.
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Arrested Sputnik Lithuania Editor Kasem Needs Medical Assistance in Prison, Lawyer Says

Sputnik 03 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Sputnik Lithuania editor Marat Kasem, who was arrested in Latvia, is in critical condition and needs medical assistance, his lawyer told Sputnik on Friday ....
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The joint press conference of the prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania starts at noon (Government of the Republic of Estonia)

Public Technologies 03 Feb 2023
). Estonia holds the chairmanship of the Baltic Cooperation in 2023 ... They will discuss joint infrastructure projects, including the current status of the construction of Rail Baltica, and other areas of cooperation in the European Union ... In Estonian ... In English ... In Latvian.
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Arrested Sputnik Lithuania Editor Kasem Needs Medical Assistance in Prison - Lawyer

Urdu Point 03 Feb 2023
Sputnik Lithuania editor Marat Kasem, who was arrested in Latvia, is in critical condition and needs medical assistance, his lawyer told Sputnik on Friday. MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd February, 2023) Sputnik Lithuania editor Marat Kasem, who was arrested in Latvia, is ...
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Polish, Latvian presidents discuss regional defense in Riga

MegaloPreneur 03 Feb 2023
Mr Duda said the Rail Baltica rail infrastructure project, which will connect Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania to Poland, was ...
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Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania issued a permission for Snieguolė Kudrevičienė to act ...

Nasdaq Globe Newswire 02 Feb 2023
Medicinos Bankas UAB (“Bank”), registration number 112027077, registered seat address. Pamėnkalnio 40, LT-01114 Vilnius, Lithuania ... .
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Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania issued a permission for Snieguolė Kudrevičienė to act as a member of the Board of Medicinos Bankas UAB (Medicinos bankas UAB)

Public Technologies 02 Feb 2023
Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania issued a permission for Snieguolė Kudrevičienė to act as a member of the Board of Medicinos Bankas UAB ... Pamėnkalnio 40, LT-01114 Vilnius, Lithuania ... UAB by a decision of the Director of the Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania.

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