The latest Global Innovation Index (GII) has classified the Baltic States highly. The Index ranks 126 countries and their innovative aspects within political environment, education, and infrastructure and business culture.
The Baltic Pipe project has obtained a welcome boost in the form of financing from the European Union, to a maximum of EUR18.3m, as well as having its route recommended.
The latest Latvian figures show Latvian unemployment rates are still above the EU rate. However, salaries increased in all Baltic countries.
Estonian energy company, Eesti Energia takes over renewable energy developer Nelja Energia. The value of the transaction is EUR289m. The Baltic States’ electricity systems will be connected to the Continental European...
Estonia became the next country to sign up to the Chinese One Belt One Road Initiative. Meanwhile, Rail Baltica’s troubles continue amid criticism and possible future competition from the Amber Train project.
Sustainable development means that an impact on the environment of all economic activities should be taken into consideration. In 2017 European Commission (EC) released a report on sustainability, and final recommendations...
Wind energy returned to the Polish debate at the Warsaw Baltic Forum for Marine Industry and Energy, as it may plug the gap created by rising energy demand and gradual phasing out of coal.
The Lithuanian central bank has initiated a regulatory sandbox for start-ups that use blockchain technology. Bank of Lithuania will set up a dedicated platform through which companies may develop their services.
The debate over the navigability of the Vistula river and other Polish rivers continues, as the management of the port of Gdańsk has announced a tender for the feasibility study.
As the global economy is recovering many countries are struggling with skilled labor shortages, and wages pressures are emerging in the Central and Southeast Europe (CSE), writes Nordea in “Workers in demand” report....