AS Citadele banka

AS Citadele banka paskelbė, kad siekdama padidinti kapitalą imsis pradinio viešo naujų paprastųjų vardinių B klasės akcijų platinimo. Jos bus įtrauktos į prekybos sąrašą Rygos NASDAQ OMX , o tokias akcijas atstojantys tarptautiniai depozitoriumo pakvitavimai (GDR) bus įtraukti į Londono vertybinių popierių biržos standartinio segmento prekybos sąrašą.

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JSC PATA Saldus

JSC „Saldus mežrūpniecība” operates in two basic sectors: forestry and processing of wood.
The company owns more than 2,000ha of land property, including 1,614ha of forest territory.
The company has concluded a longterm agreement with the State Joint Stock Company “Latvijas Valsts Meži” about the forest harvesting on 40,000 ha of forest territory. Under this longterm agreement every year in the state owned forest approximately 160 000 m3 of round timber shall be harvested, including 140,000 m3 for main usage and 20,000 m3 for intermediate felling.

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AS Rīgas kuģu būvētava

Riga shipyard is the largest yard on the Eastern shores of the Baltic Sea, repairing more than 130 sea vessels per year.
The yard was established in 1913 and is situated in the historic Hansa town Riga, the capital of the Republic of Latvia, its historical and cultural centre.

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JSC Latvijas kuģniecība

In the medium-sized and handy tankers categories JSC „ Latvian Shipping Company” (NASDAQ OMX RIGA: LSC1R) is among the leading ship owners in the world, and in terms of transport volumes of petroleum products it is also in a leading position among similar companies in Northern Europe. It owns 16 modern ships, employing more than 700 professional and highly qualified seamen from Latvia. The average age of the fleet is 6.5 years. All ships have received ISM (International Safety Management) certificates.

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AS Talsu mežrūpniecība

AS Talsu mežrūpniecība is located in the north-western part of Latvia, in the forest-rich region of Kurzeme. We operate in the woodworking industry. The wood-processing workshop of our public limited company produces debarked and rounded poles. We employ 40 workers working in the production areas for rounded poles, debarked poles and in two production areas for rounded poles made from small wood.

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JSC Siguldas ciltslietu un mākslīgās apsēklošanas stacija

JSC „Siguldas ciltslietu un mākslīgās apsēklošanas stacija” is one of the largest company in this type industry in Latvia. The company has more than 50 years experience in the breeding and artificial insemination business. Siguldas artificial insemination and stock breeding station was established 1957 as a state enterprise. It became the leading company in this business in Soviet Latvia.

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AS SAF Tehnika

SAF Tehnika is among the world’s top microwave carrier-class point-to-point radio manufacturers, ISO certified, with R&D and complete production in Europe, offering approximately 200 products comprising solutions for mobile and fixed network operators, internet service providers, as well as state and private companies.

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JSC Latvijas tilti

Joint-Stock Company Latvijas tilti is one of the largest construction companies in Latvia. The company specializes in the construction and renovation of bridges, overpasses and tunnels as well as sea berths and near-shore marine facilities. The state enterprise Latvijas tilti was founded in 1942, but in 1997 it was converted into the Joint-Stock Company Latvijas tilti, in which the largest shareholder is the holding “LNK Group”.

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JSC VEF Radiotehnika RRR

VEF Radiotehnika RRR PLC was founded in 1927 as “Foto – radio centrāle A.Leibovic” PLC, a company that specialized in radio receiver manufacturing. The company was given its present name in 1941, and between 1945 and 1990 it was the major manufacturer of audio hardware in the former USSR. Since 1990, when Latvia regained its sovereignty, the “VEF Radiotehnika RRR” JSC has become one of the leading home and professional Hi-Fi acoustic system manufacturers in the Eastern Europe.

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