Archive for the ‘Lithuania’ Category

Business Is Hot In Cool Baltics

Via Ozy, an interesting report on the economic strength of the Baltic countries: Rokas Grajauskas gets paid to watch the economies of the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and his home country, Lithuania. And he takes his job as an analyst for the Copenhagen-based Danske Bank quite literally. Outside his steel-and-glass office tower in downtown […]

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Eastern Europe’s Pipe(line) Dreams?

Noticed via an Energy Daily article, that Azerbaijan, Poland, Lithuania, Georgia and Ukraine recently signed a deal to build a $700 million pipeline to pump Azerbaijani oil to Poland and the Baltic Sea, a pipeline that could provide Eastern (and ultimately Western) Europe with an alternative to Russian oil imports. “…The new pipeline, to be […]

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