The European Bank of Reconstruction and development (EBRD) has a positive outlook for Latvia in 2019. It expects Latvian growth to be the highest among the Baltic States and forecasts is at 3.5 per cent of GDP.
Poland’s energy strategy has three main aims — security of energy supply, competitiveness and energy efficiency, and limiting the detrimental effect of energy policy on the environment.
The Latvian Fiscal Discipline Council pushed the government to decrease the budget deficit in 2019. In the first draft the deficit was 0.7 per cent of GDP, in the final version 0.3 per cent of GDP.
In November 2018, Danish national transmission system operator Energinet and Polish state transmission system operator Gaz-System S.A. took the final decision to commence the construction of the Baltic Pipe project.
According to Baltic News Network, Lithuanian government plans to have EUR200m of revenues from the shadow economy
The state or a company: who should mint and print money? Can private enterprise print and administer monetary systems, as they used to do ages ago?
Rail Baltica’s woes to continue as Lithuanian Latvian and Estonian auditors launch a probe into the internal control systems and public procurement strategies of the company. At the same time, Baiba Rubesa, CEO of the...
Regulation is chasing production as governments try to formulate tax legislation regarding cryptocurrencies and the Polish government plans to do the same.
Lithuanian Railways will invest EUR7bn by 2030 as part of its long-term strategy. The company aims to increase its annual revenues from EUR448m in 2017 to EUR725m by 2030.
Polish renewable energy production drops slightly as role of coal power is still strong. According to the latest Polish Energy Market Agency figures, Poland exported less energy than it imported.