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Articles from The Baltic Times (Riga, Latvia) (May 27, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A contemporary perspective. Mullett, Adam 1388
A lesson in understanding. Karapetyan, Ella 976
According to the Bank of Estonia, the total value of loans overdue by 60 days or more increased in April to 5.2 percent of the total loan value. 84
After a long run of positive surprises, data in the last several weeks has been disappointing. 88
AirBaltic on "black list". Hanley, Monika 471
Alleged Jew murderers named and shamed. Mullett, Adam 715
An artful play on words. Hanley, Monika 464
Ansip fights for conservative budget. 553
Anti-piracy head fears deadly attacks. Mullett, Adam 570
Berlin centennial raises Jewish and intellectual awareness. Hanley, Monika 342
Birstonas--the city that heals. Vaige, Laima 505
Economic growing pains. Brettell, Ashley 1088
Eesti Energia to build 3 billion kroon oil-shale plant. Brettel, Ashley 603
Emotional reunion with long-lost Estonian sister. 223
Foreign Minister Maris Riekstins Riekstins embarked on a state visit to Asia for the ninth Asia-Europe meeting in Hanoi. 98
Government plans new real estate tax. Savchenko, Kira 731
Hotels threaten protest over VAT. Mullett, Adam 514
Ignoble act. 437
In another e--initiative, two cafe companies in Tallinn have commenced a free Wifi dating service. 83
Industrial output plummets in April. 472
Investing out of the crisis. Vaige, Laima Interview 789
Involvement of employees in employer's decision-making. Sakarne, Kristine 728
Kaunas general prosecutor's office applied to Kaunas Regional Court on May 25, accusing the former Parliament Speaker Viktoras Muntianas of bribery and misuse of authority. 93
Latvian airline airBaltic has received permission from the U.S. Department of Transportation to begin flights from Europe to the United States. 126
Latvian businesses seek out greener pastures. 561
Lithuania chooses China over Tibet. Vaige, Laima 537
Lithuanian Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius announced the end of the economic crisis would come on June 21. 101
Lithunian retail trade chain Maxima has lowered prices of 500 of its most popular consumer items as of May 25. 85
Minu Eesti findings. 182
Multi-million euro loan not the last for Estonia. 221
Petras Grazulis from the Lithuanian Order and Justice party, run by the former impeached President of Lithuania Rolandas Paksas, registered amendments of the Criminal Code on May 25 establishing sanctions for public promotion of homosexuality. 97
Police bust underage prostitution ring. Hanley, Monika 623
Russia's Gold and FX reserves grew by $6.1 billion during the last week and amounted to $391.3 billion. 197
Students have threatened to take legal action against the government over recent benefit cuts. 87
Surviving the tough times. Hanley, Monika 1003
The battle for Riga begins. Savchenko, Kira 578
The European Investment Bank (EIB) was in Tallinn this week to finalize an 8.6 billion kroon (550 million euro) loan to the Estonian government. 91
The housing data have shifted from painting a picture of freefall to showing rays of hope. 168
The latest 'flash' PMI (Purchasing Managers' Index) data provides some further evidence that the euro area economy is gradually moving out of severe recession. 379
The private and public sector have been announcing wage cuts for many months and this is reflected in the first fall in average monthly wages in Estonia since 1993. 85
The ruling coalition parties announced that no ceiling will be imposed on maternity benefits. 176
There's light at the end of Latvia's tunnel. Greenhalgh, Nathan 692
Thousands of cheese enthusiasts gathered in the coastal town of Liepaja on May 23 for the 5th annual Cheese Festival. 112

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