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Articles from The Baltic Times (Riga, Latvia) (June 10, 2009)

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"Rigas Sargi" (Defenders of Riga) premiered in Tokyo's National Museum of Modern Art as they host the European Union Film Days Festival. 109
A Lithuanian appeals court has awarded Dalia Budreviciene, a former employee of "Krekenavos agrofirma" and a whistle-blower on illegally paid salaries in the firm, with 85,000 litas (24,617 euros) in compensation. 100
A little ray of sunshine. McIntosh, Kate Interview 1299
A taste of the Baltics. Hanley, Monika 638
After two quarters of steep contraction, the economy is declining much less rapidly in the second quarter of the year, and a move into positive growth in the third quarter is still expected. 301
Buy building, get land worth 1 million euros for free! 187
Celebs gone wild for charity. Karapetyan, Ella 584
Crisis just another fad. Mullett, Adam 1352
Devaluation fears surface as Latvia crisis deepens. 531
Dorado--a club for fantasy lovers. Vaige, Laima 637
Double Coffee opens in china. 383
Estonia's upper limit of parental benefit could be slashed by up to 50 percent under proposed government cuts. 87
Estonian companies are skeptical of religious minorities and more inclined to hire workers closer to home, a survey has found. 87
Foreign businesses cut back, but don't pull out. McIntosh, Kate 1282
Latvian tobacco products wholesaler LLTT recorded a 268,063 lats (381, 419) profit in 2008, according to the Registry of Enterprises Lursoft database, up from 254,996 in 2007. 89
Laying Lithuania-Sweden bridges. Vaige, Laima Interview 921
Lithuania defends currency. Mullett, Adam 709
Lithuanian president Valdas Adamkus, 82, felt ill and was taken to a hospital after the European Parliament elections on June 7. 102
Local media not accountable--study. Mullett, Adam 682
Major voter swing to Russian party. 452
Market concerns regarding Latvia's currency intensified this week. 216
Mass layoffs for construction companies. 603
Massive investment windfall for Ventspils. 411
Medics strike and save lives. Vaige, Laima 568
On June 8 the Vilnius district court upheld the prohibition on Viktor Uspaskich leaving the country. 122
Police to close crooked clubs. Hanley, Monika 543
Rask: ministry to blame for payment scandal. 491
Right, center parties win EP elections. 973
Rimi Baltic stores turned over 10.8 percent less (excluding value-added tax) in May compared to the same period last year, Rimi Latvia public relations manager Zane Enina told LETA. 112
So far this year 101 people have lost their lives on Latvian roads, 12 percent less than the same period in 2008, announced the State Police. 100
Speaking in the language of business. McIntosh, Kate Interview 446
State Defense Minister Rasa Jukneviciene and former Defense Minister Gediminas Kirkilas denied on June 8 that Lithuania has sold any arms to Sri Lanka. 85
Taking counsel: P2P file sharing networks--be careful! Sirme, Dace 637
Taking democracy seriously. 566
The Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra on June 5 performed a piece called "Catcerto" by Mindaugas Piecaitis, written for the cat soloist Nora and the orchestra. 103
The Maxima grocery store at Brivibas Street 310, has been selling bananas with May 9 Victory Day greeting stickers. 138
The perfect recipe for social unrest? Skjorshammer, Stein 817
The recent surge in Japanese industrial output in April, combined with very strong gains projected by the MITI survey, have fueled speculation that the eurozone industrial sector might experience a similar positive burst. 232
There are fears Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will file suit for cancelled discounts that it benefited from in Riga. 84

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