Estonian Port of Tallinn council approved long-term strategy which sets a goal of almost doubling revenues to EUR 160mn in 2020, with EUR 80mn pre-tax profit. The company plans to invest EUR 292mn in the following 8 years, with total company’s assets value at EUR 680mn as of end-2020. The strategy estimates for goods volume to increase by 46% comparing to 2012 till end of 2020 to 43.2mn tonnes. Number of passengers in the port would increase by 20.7% from 2012 figures to 10.7mn passengers in 2020.
Latvia’s state security service, the Constitution Protection Bureau (SAB), plans to scrutinise a tender to deliver trams to the country’s second-largest city won by a Russian company with ties to ... more
Finland’s Hesburger has opened its first branch in Iran, becoming the first Western burger chain to set up in the country since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. It is located in the Tehranpars district ... more
Finland has issued a second and final permit for the construction of the controversial Nord Stream II pipeline that is to pump gas from Russia directly to Germany via a Baltic Sea route, the Regional ... more