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baltic

mod. cold; very cold. It really looks baltic out there today.
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Tieto in Baltics provides IT services for the leading companies in industries such as telecom, financial services, energy utilities as well as the public sector.
Germany has actively participated in NATO's air policing in the Baltics with their aircraft patrolling on five occasions to date.
With her experience, and colleagues throughout the Baltics, Sally can arrange a holiday with a difference in this most fascinating part of Northern Europe.
The Baltic Action Plan seeks to integrate the Baltics into Euro-Atlantic institutions, to encourage good relations with Russia, and to demonstrate US commitment to the Baltics.
The European Union (EU) is crucial for the Baltic states: it ties them economically and politically to Europe, and psychologically it does not differentiate the Baltics from Central Europeans.
Two NLC leaders - Mayor Bill Thornton of San Antonio and Mayor (and NLC Board Member) Alice Schlenker of Lake Oswego, Oregon - traveled to Druskininkai in southwest Lithuania earlier this month to lend support to developing municipal associations in the three Baltic republics and to participate in a Conference of Baltic Municipalities organized by the U.
Electrotek will conduct a feasibility study on the modernization of the electric power grid control systems in the three Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
A I left Latvia and the Baltics, and rode the bus back into Russia, I had a hard time sorting the images and impressions this side trip left with me.
com/research/5728ce/future_of_baltic_m) has announced the addition of the "Future of Baltic Markets 2009-2013" report to their offering.
It also declared that the ultimate goal of the signatories was to incorporate the Baltics into European and transatlantic political, economic, security, and defense institutions.
Falling unemployment, advancing GDP and increasing wealth of individuals made the Baltics the most dynamically developing region in the whole Europe.
They condemned the Hitler-Stalin secret agreement which resulted in the Soviet occupation of the Baltics.
By combining Parex's local expertise and deal flow in Central and Eastern Europe with MVC's financing and structuring capabilities, we believe we are well positioned to capitalize on the many growth prospects in the Baltics.
RIGA -- SEB bank has announced plans to consolidate its operations in the Baltics within a single division in order to better manage the current economic slowdown.
Another five universities in the Baltics - The Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn College of Engineering, Estonian Agricultural University, University of Tartu (Estonia), and Virumaa College of Tallinn University of Technology - have acquired 100 new campus licenses each.
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