archive-com.com » COM » B » BALTICTIMES.COM

Total: 1844

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • News search
    on the road TAIWAN The story goes that his father Mehis would walk him around Tallinn and even at the age of five Rump would be naming all the cars as th Read More American Football Baltic style Hut Hut Hut try to shout these three words short hard and without the pause Sounds like a mad dog barking doesn rsq Read More Latvian speedway swerves back into fashion DAUGAVPILS The Lokomotive stadium in Daugavpils was packed for this year s FIM Grand Prix on July 18 crowds of cheerful Speedway Read More Was Open Internet killed on the Last Day of the Latvian Presidency In the final hours of Latvia s presidency of the EU Council roaming charges were axed while the first steps for a two speed internet per Read More Small science delivers big results RIGA One vision of the future predicts a world taken over by tiny assemblers able to build anything from scratch including the Read More Lithuanian Bishop Interpretations of family is an experiment that may fail The Catholic Church s authority and clout has been challenged recently But Kestutis Kevalas an auxiliary Bishop of the Kaunas Archdioces Read More Moving on From the Euro SAINT PIERRE D ENTREMONT FRANCE European Monetary Union was never a good idea I remember my surprise when as a young assistant Read More Previous 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 Next Subscribe Advertise Log In Please enter your username and password Forgot your password Login Subscribe A subscription to The Baltic Times is a cost effective way of staying in touch with the latest Baltic news and views enabling you full access from anywhere with an Internet connection Subscribe Now About The Baltic Times The Baltic Times is an independent monthly newspaper that covers

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/search/jcms/start/670/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • No world headlines, just music
    or Palestinian musician currently performs with the IPO This was said to be a dream of Maestro Mehta and it would be interesting to know if this had been realised Further questions included asking for comments about statements made by Maestro Mehta in April 2015 that Israel has lost Europe Now it is losing America Whether opportunities exist for Palestinian children to attend IPO children s concerts alongside with Israeli children Whether IPO musicians reach out to Palestinian musicians to share their knowledge their skills and their love of music for the training Palestinian musicians And what role can the IPO and music play in building nurturing and creating peace amongst Israelis and Palestinians The Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra however did issue the following candy floss comment The IPO performed once in Riga and it is the second visit in Latvia and it is a wonderful opportunity for us as an orchestra to share our love of music with the Latvian people who share a love of music with us Music is one of the greatest ambassadors I have found We come to Latvia bringing this great common gift of music we share as well as peace It was however a disappointing concert in comparison with previous times I have seen the Israeli Philharmonic on two separate occasions the first time in Prague and the second at the acoustically superb Musikverin in Vienna On this occasion in Jurmala a somewhat more frail and older looking Maestro Mehta was to approach the podium A slower less energetic stooping Mehta slowly weaved himself between roles the musicians and after what seemed like a tiring walk for the 80 year old Maestro he took up an uncommon sitting position on a stool in front of the orchestra to conduct the evening s performance seated not rising once during the concert The dry acoustics of the Dzintari Concert Hall s tends to diminish one s concert enjoyment Certainly there were beautiful surroundings pine trees at sunset is never a horizon to complain about when listening to music Regrettably The Great Hall did not offer the appropriate acoustical environment that should have been afforded to one of the world s great orchestras The case for a new concert hall The orchestra should have been afforded a hall with superb acoustics which presently neither Riga nor Jurmala have This would have enabled this great orchestra to truly shine It would have also created for the audience an experience and performance where the music would have hit you right in the gut and left you breathless inspired and overwhelmed This didn t happen on the evening of August 20 The Dzintari Concert Hall s technical director Deniss Pilkevics stated to The Baltic Times that a feasibility study will be proposed to the Jurmala City Council to improve the whole area and public availability of The Great Hall as for example toilets are currently located outside as well as the study most urgently proposing how The Great Hall s

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/no_world_headlines__just_music/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS GUIDE
    Euros Electronic guitar music Fiery groove electro pop www menufabrikas lt XII Baltic Triennial 18 00 Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius Unti 18 Oct WHAT IS AN ARTWORK TODAY CAN BE SOMETHING ELSE ENTIRELY TOMORROW Focus on Baltic geographical region culture sea VILNIUS CITY FIESTA Various venues Until 6 Sep An Important multi art form event Wide range of high level entertainment from jazz pop rock world music classical music opera to films street theatre fashion shows carnivals Free admission THREE CENTURIES OF FASHION Museum of Applied Art Arsenalo g 3A 1 74 Euros Until 30 Oct Alexandre Vassiliev attempts to answer question what drives men women to constantly change their attire accessories throughout history www ldm lt SATURDAY 5 SEP CG EVENT 9 00 VILNIAUS LENKU KULTUROS NAMAI 51 71 Euros For those interested in computer graphics digital art www cgevent eu INTERNATIONAL EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL BANCHETTO MUSICALE Various venues 5 16 Euros Until 21 Sep 25th Banchetto musicale festival presents 7 concerts by Lithuanian foreign performers Theme is Orpheus and mythology Program Sep 5 Sat 5 pm Grand Duke s Palace Katedros a 4 L Orfeo Opera by Monteverdi 7 11 14 16 Euros www bmfestival lt SUNDAY 6 SEP ST JAMES SACRED CHORAL MUSIC FESTIVAL Opening Concert 12 00 Church of St Philip and St Jacob Vasario 16 osios g 11 State choir Vilnius Free admission THE WAR OF MUSHROOMS Musical performance for children 12 00 Vilnius Puppet Theatre Lele In Lithuanian Arkli g 5 5 87 Euros www teatraslele lt THURSDAY 10 SEP BALTMEDICA 2015 Until 12 Sep Exhibition and Convention Centre Litexpo Laisves pr 5 2 50 Euros Innovations in medicine and laboratories dentistry optics pharmacy Highlights wellness health improvement good emotional state safe environment creation healthy lifestyle www litexpo lt FRIDAY 11 SEP THE TRIUMPH OF JUDITH Vivaldi 19 00 Lithuanian National Philharmonic Ausros Vart g 5 11 26 Euros Baroque opera Allegorical story about victory of Venetians against Turks in 1716 www barokoteatras lt TAMIR GRINBERG 22 00 Restoranas klubas COMBO Kaunas 10 Euros Kaunas Jazz SATURDAY 12 SEP FASHION VILNIUS EXPO Until 13 Sep 11 00 Vilnius Town Hall 2 50 5 Euros www fvilnius lt SUNDAY 13 SEP ST JAMES SACRED CHORAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 12 00 Church of St Philip and St Jacob Vasario 16 osios g 11 Chamber choir Mosaic Great Britain WEDNESDAY 16 SEP LITHUANIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 19 00 Grand Duke s Palace Vilnius THURSDAY 17 SEP VILNIUS DOCUMENTARY FILMS FESTIVAL Until 27 Sep Vilnius cinema theatres www vdff lt FRIDAY 18 SEP MANON Massenet also on 19 Sep 26 Sep 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera 6 60 Euros AUTUMN EQUINOX Neris Embankment near King Mindaugas Bridge Free admission www etno lt INTERNATIONAL STREET THEATRES FESTIVAL MOSAIC Until 20 Sep Various venues Free admission www senamiescioteatras lt SUNDAY 20 SEP Echoes of Serenades 15 00 Trakai Castle Great Hall Trakai VILNIUS CITY MUNICIPALITY ST CHRISTOPHER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 7 10 Euros WEDNESDAY 23 SEP LA BAYADERE Ludwig Alois Minkus Ballet in 4 acts 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera THURSDAY 24 SEP ALEXANDER S FEAST Opera by Handel 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera FRIDAY 25 SEP NIRVANA IN JAZZ 18 00 St Catherine s Church Vilniaus g 30 13 27 Euros Anton Rumyantsev Jazz Quartet www kultura lt BOLERO Triple bill of one act ballets 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet 6 60 24 Euros SATURDAY 26 SEP VILNIUS FEJERIJA 19 00 Vingis Park M K Ciurlionio g 100 12 25 Euros Lithuania s only fireworks festival www fejerija lt JAPANESE CULTURE FESTIVAL NOWJAPAN Until 27 Sep Exhibition and Convention Centre Litexpo Laisves pr 5 8 15 Euros NowJapan busts myths about Japan and shows its culture as it is www nowjapan lt DAY OF NIKE TRAININGS INSPIRED BY IMPULS 10 00 Siemens Arena Ozo g 14 from 12 40 Euros niketrainingday lt LITHUANIAN NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Opening of 75th season 19 00 Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall Vilnius 10 14 20 30 Euros SUNDAY 27 SEP LONGING FOR BETTER MUSIC 16 00 Uzutrakis Palace Uztrakio g 17 Trakai 16 Euros 140th anniversary of Lithuanian composer painter M K Ciurlionis V Landsbergis performs www seniejitrakai lt ELECTRIC STRING QUARTET ASTURIA KLAIPEDA 18 00 Klaipedos koncertu sale 10 20 Euros VILNIUS STRING QUARTET 15 00 Trakai Castle Great Hall Trakai 7 10 Euros Italian Instrumental Music SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS Bogdan Pawlowski Ballet in 3 acts for children 12 00 Lithuanian National Opera WEDNESDAY 30 SEP CARMEN ballet in 2 acts to music by Bizet 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet THURSDAY 1 OCT AGILE TURAS KAUNAS 2015 10 00 Viesbutis Park Inn Kaunas 17 Euros Most significant annual IT sector s event in Lithuania www agileturas lt kaunas DIE FLEDERMAUS Strauss Operetta in 3 acts In Lithuanian 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera FRIDAY 2 OCT Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra Season s Opening Concert 19 00 Congress Hall Vilniaus g 6 16 10 19 Euros Puccini s Madam Butterfly concert performance www lvso lt COPPELIA ballet by Delibes 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet SATURDAY 3 OCT ANE BRUN 20 00 Vilnius Congress Hall Vilnianus g 6 25 39 Euros ST JAMES SACRED CHORAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 19 00 Church of St Philip St Jacob Vasario 16 osios g 11 Schola Cantorum Choir Norway Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra opening of concert season 19 00 Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall Vilnius 10 14 20 30 Euros Beethoven GRAND GOSPEL FESTIVAL CONCERT 19 00 COMPENSA concert hall 5 50 24 Euros XIII Vilnius Gospel Music Festival sees 300 artists from Lithuania and abroad performing on one stage www vilniusgospel lt LA TRAVIATA Verdi 18 30 Lithuanian National Opera SUNDAY 4 OCT LITHUANIAN NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA About Mother Goose Peter and the Wolf 12 30 Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall Vilnius Family series 3 4 6 7 Euros Ravel Prokofiev ST JAMES SACRED CHORAL MUSIC FESTIVAL Closing concert of V International St James festival of sacral music 12 00 Church of St Philip and St Jacob

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/arts__entertainment___events_guide/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Raimonds Tomsons Crowned Best Sommelier in Baltics
    tournament is a professional development trip to Hong Kong sponsored by AS Liviko where the winner will be able to participate in the Asia Oceania Best Sommelier competition as a spectator At Thursday s preliminary rounds the competitors showed off their professional skills in both a written test as well as through a variety of practical tests The top four contestants progressed to the jubilee tournament final where they made recommendations on suitable wine pairings to those guests participating in the gala dinner while also decanting and serving the wine In addition the finalists competed in a competition to serve sparkling wine were challenged to decant and serve red wine and were also tested on their professional knowledge in a quick fire question and answer round The final of the jubilee tournament took place in Tuljak restaurant with a special dinner menu created by head chef Tonis Siigur Estonia was represented at the Vana Tallinn Grand Prix by head sommelier at the Lyon cafe and restaurant Kristjan Markii who won the title in 2010 and has made it to the final in all ten editions of the competition Liviko HoReCa sales representative and winner of the title of Best Sommelier in Estonia in 2014 Karel Veski Dominic restaurant sommelier Aron Rahu and Leib Resto Aed sommelier Ketri Leis Latvia was represented at the competition to find the Baltic States best sommelier by the winner of last year s Vana Tallinn Grand Prix Vincents restaurant sommelier Kaspars Reitups as well as the winner of the 2007 and 2008 competitions Vincents restaurant head sommelier Raimonds Tomsons 2013 winner and brand management consultant for Noble Wine Ronalds Petersons and Vina Studija s head sommelier Agnese Meiersone Lithuania s representation at the Vana Tallinn Grand Prix competition included Boff steakhouse sommelier Arturas Vasilionok sommelier Ada Sakalauskaite and Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square restaurant sommelier catering manager and current holder of the title of Lithuania s best sommelier Narimantas Miezys This year both in order to promote the field as well as to inspire young sommeliers and provide them with international professional experience young sommeliers up to the age of 27 were for the first time invited to take part in the Vana Tallinn Grand Prix The chairman of the international jury was sommelier and AS Liviko quality wine product manager Urvo Ugandi who took the title of the best sommelier in the Baltic States at the first Vana Tallinn Grand Prix ten years ago The jury also included the President of the Estonian Association of Sommeliers Kristel Nommik President of the Latvia Association of Sommeliers Janis Kalkis President of the Lithuanian Association of Sommeliers Arunas Starkus President of the Polish Association of Sommeliers Piotr Kamecki two time Vana Tallinn Grand Prix winner Kristjan Peaske trainer and runner up in the 2011 Vana Tallinn Grand Prix Norway s Liora Levi and Liviko sommelier and wine expert Aigars Lukstins from Latvia The now traditional competition to find the best sommelier in the Baltic States was named after

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/raimonds_tomsons_crowned_best_sommelier_in_baltics/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Baltic Triennial: Artworks today, something else tomorrow
    a critical non conformist spirit considered dangerous in the totalitarian regime said Januskeviciute During the whole Soviet period and until the end of the eighties the Triennial provoked passionate discussions in political as well as artistic discourse The exhibition has a long tradition of revealing art that s on the verge of an international breakthrough It has evolved continuously from its role during the Soviet Union when it provided the only possibility for international exchange and was the sole showplace for avant garde art After the restoration of independent Lithuania in 1990 the Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius directed by Kestutis Kuizinas and his young team of curators became the primary place for contemporary art in the Baltic States Partly the reason is about its the center s size as much as it is about its tradition The Contemporary Art Centre CAC is the largest venue for contemporary art in the Baltic States with an exhibition space of 2400 square meters It s is a non collection based institution committed to developing a broad range of international and Lithuanian exhibition projects as well as presenting a wide range of public programmes including lectures seminars performances film and video screenings and live new music events The build has been the location for many a fine exhibition since its inauguration back in 1968 as the ArtExhibition Palace when it was run as a branch of the Lithuanian Museum of Art until 1988 Since 1992 the CAC has been an independent institution principally funded by the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture In 1997 the CAC was gifted a Fluxus Archive by the Silverman Collection Detroit in commemoration of Lithuanian Fluxus co founder George Maciunas that it keeps on permanent display The 7th Triennial of Baltic Art Cool Places 1998 curated by Kuizinas included artists from the greater Baltic and Nordic Region The 8th Baltic Triennial Centre of Attraction 2002 aimed to make a major new step forward and established an international regular event and exhibition of contemporary art in Eastern Europe said Dubinskaite This year s Triennial will have a stronger focus on the Baltic region In fact a much stronger focus than in previous editions on the geographical region its culture and the sea It will be a decidedly transdisciplinary event that in its own motto of sorts what is an artwork today is mainly interested in the something else said Januskeviciute The exhibition opens up a range of topics and their couplings including influence exchange materiality and impact It s primarily an exhibition at the CAC but the programme of events talks launches presentations classes and performances spanning six weeks will expand behind the scenes The public programme of the opening weekend will include a lecture concert on the Suprematist theory of time by artist Perrine Baillieux a tribute to last year s exhibition on a similar theme by Dexter Sinister There will be a screening of Temple Operating System by Terry Davis organised by Warsaw based collective BRUD And there will

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/baltic_triennial__artworks_today__something_else_tomorrow/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • A herdsman of millions: An interview with Palanga’s chief lifeguard
    in charge of it What are the main changes that you have implemented on the beach I worked for the police before taking over the Palanga lifeguard service so being organized and responsible has always been part of my character When I started working in Palanga I established a water motorcycle club which started offering services for a fee As a result the organisation which had been cash strapped until that point started muscling up financially and became able to obtain more necessary lifeguard equipment and master skills every year As a former three time water motorcycle champion I came up later with an idea of organising local and even regional water motorcycle competition which would also draw much needed attention to the lifeguard mission Some of the participants I remember would poke fun at me saying that I knew each wave here so well that I ought to be disqualified from the competition But seriously the more time I spent in Palanga the better acquainted I got with the sea the shoreline and my duty as chief lifeguard To go back to your question the technical and human capabilities have changed enormously over the years And in fact they are still changing very rapidly Look we ve just sent up a surveillance drone which is a huge stride forward in the job As a matter of fact we are the first in the Baltic region to have started using the equipment for the purpose No bragging I talked after the launch with a German lifeguard service and they showered us with praise over the introduction It appears we ve outstripped even the Germans How has the treatment of lifeguards evolved over the years Speaking of people s approach towards the life savers I have seen some pretty significant changes In the beginning I remember people would have no respect to the guards whatsoever Some of the nastiest ones would curse in their face or even get physical I could not put up with it so I came up with an idea of cam recording all the dealings we had on the beach I fixed the cam right on the tip of my lifeguard helmet to be seen by all After approaching a lawbreaker I d warn him from far that our conversation was being recorded Soon the other lifeguards started using cam recorders too And this innovation has worked wonders it made beachgoers more obedient and also more responsible for their actions Video recording is still an important part of our job today In the beginning yet in the pre dawn of the Emergency Response Center If there was an emergency vacationers would call the police number 02 but the line would be terribly busy most of the time Then it occurred to me to create our own emergency number which would be accessible and easy to get through to Now most of the people know the lifeguard service number 1509 by heart First it was free of charge

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/a_herdsman_of_millions__an_interview_with_palanga___s_chief_lifeguard/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Scalpel needed for structural reforms in Latvia
    for the workforce would also help with regard to this policy direction Investment in research and development should be increased the participation of the private sector should be fostered the efficiency and excellence in research of research institutions should be stimulated I addressed these issues at length in my article on Latvian science Here I will limit myself to mentioning the recommendation of the EC to take measures for a more integrated and more encompassing research system including concentrating financing on internationally competitive research institutions Energy consumption should be reduced this would improve cost competitiveness reduce energy dependence and the amount of carbon emissions as well as increase productivity Education of the population should be encouraged and the connection of the education system with demand in the labour market should be fostered There is no doubt that the skills and education level of employees and employers have an effect on the productivity of each individual and as a result total productivity Therefore the question of raising the quality of education and a more active involvement of the population in continuing education is topical also in terms of increasing productivity The efficiency of the public sector and management of state enterprises should be improved Among the most striking state administration reforms the unified compensation system in state administration the establishment of a unified emergency medical assistance service and regional reform can be mentioned Latvia s experience is less successful with regard to e government including the electronic signature Yet there has been undeniable progress in this area as well The EC recommends to intensify reforms in public administration including the implementation of the reform of state enterprise management and augmenting the institutional and financial independence of the Competition Council The IMF concurs recommending centralizing management of enterprises belonging to the state and at the same time getting out of areas unrelated to basic activities Income inequality Latvia has inequality and poverty risk indicators that are among the highest in the EU Perfect equality is not possible or desirable for it would not motivate people to work and study yet there should be public state support in cases of illness disablement or loss of work as well as in periods of child rearing An EU model which has the best results in the area of social security system and one to strive for is Sweden in fact all of Scandinavia Yet at the same time it means a higher tax burden for financing the social system In Latvia those at the bottom of the pay scale still have a relatively high tax burden In this area the issue of the shadow economy is also topical The tax burden should be reduced for low income households and raised for well to do households Workforce taxes should be cut raising the capital growth and real estate taxes at the same time For reducing regional inequality the equalization of finances of local governments is an important instrument in this regard a new law is being drafted EU funds and infrastructure improvement plans should also be used which will foster a polycentric development of the economy True this direction will be in conflict with the objective of raising productivity for this concentrating forces in Riga would be more efficient however polycentric development could serve as a compromise to try to reduce inequality while at the same time concentrating funds skills etc in several centres A more goal oriented benefits policy is needed EC Take concrete steps to reform social assistance ensuring adequacy of benefits and take measures to increase employability Long term unemployment should be reduced In IMF s evaluation unemployment is still high in Latvia yet currently mostly structural unemployment is observed this coincides with Latvijas Banka s assessment IMF is encouraging Latvia to institute labour market reforms The organization is suggesting that Latvia consider introducing a system that would provide support for the participation of unskilled workforce in the labour market The OECD is of the opinion that the heavy tax burden in Latvia is the main reason for the high level of structural unemployment and is encouraging Latvia to increase the scale of active labour market policies Education The situation in education in Latvia is rather grim The previously highly touted higher education reform has remained half baked A national independent accreditation agency is being set up and a new quality targeting financing model is being developed for Latvia s higher education Despite some progress in reforming the research and innovation system in line with the Smart Specialisation Framework inadequate public funding in a fragmented research and innovation system is leading to poor scientific outcomes In the Research Excellence Assessment which is closely related to the performance of higher education and was developed by the EU Joint Research Centre JRC Latvia placed last in the EU Territorially closely placed educational institutions should be merged In Latvia 37 of all educational establishments are those with 100 and fewer pupils As a result the possibilities for ensuring competitive wages for teachers and quality teachers in smaller schools are limited The average number of pupils per class is among the lowest in the OECD countries In Finland and Estonia the number of pupils per teacher is greater but the results according to PISA are better It is a positive development that the level of knowledge of Latvian pupils is improving but this dynamic may not hold for the future Latvia has to pay particular attention to improving quality in rural schools to more serious work with the outstanding pupils and a better motivational system for talented teachers as well as to pay extra care regarding the results of male pupils Lifelong learning should be popularized there should be more information about study possibilities particularly remote learning and the relation between knowledge and income There should be more purposeful use of EU funds The connection between education and demand in the labour market should be improved The IMF recommends Reforms to higher and vocational education which could

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/scalpel_needed_for_structural_reforms_in_latvia/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Latvian wind company aims to radically change energy market
    is non negotiable we must completely shut down fossil fuels When the talking about the climate crisis businessman Gilad Regev becomes distinctly more forceful in his manner of speaking than normal I am meeting the Israeli born founder of the Latvian energy company Windfire on a Saturday morning in a cafe in Riga s Silent Center We are joined by the company s British CMO Jonathan Howard who lets Regev do most of the talking althoug The article you requested can be accessed only by subscribing to the online version of The Baltic Times If you are already subscribed to The Baltic Times please authorize yourself Log In In case you don t have a subscription yet please visit our SUBSCRIPTION section Comments Related Articles Lithuania will host innovation experts and creators from around the globe Transport Ministry Sacks Chairman of Latvian Railways Office launch party of Latvian Asian Chamber of commerce Subscribe Advertise Log In Please enter your username and password Forgot your password Login Related Articles Goliath Wind signs 100 million euro deal in India Estonia Merko signs contract on construction of Tallinn tram line extension Russian Roulette the shot of vodka heard round the world Estonia was Europe s biggest exporter of wooden houses in 2014 Subscribe A subscription to The Baltic Times is a cost effective way of staying in touch with the latest Baltic news and views enabling you full access from anywhere with an Internet connection Subscribe Now About The Baltic Times The Baltic Times is an independent monthly newspaper that covers latest political economic business and cultural events in Estonia Latvia and Lithuania Born of a merger between The Baltic Independent and The Baltic Observer in 1996 The Baltic Times continues to bring objective comprehensive and timely information to those with an interest

    Original URL path: http://www.baltictimes.com/latvian_wind_company_aims_to_radically_change_energy_market/ (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive



  •