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  • Baltic Morning News

     

    Eesti Ehitus sells holding in V.I. Center. Eurocon OÜ, a subsidiary of Eesti Ehitus, sold its whole 11% shareholding in V.I. Center LLC to German investment company Continental Investment Holding GmbH. Through its minority shareholdings, Eesti Ehitus still owns 31.95% of V.I. Center LLC, a company which holds a 4.3 ha commercial purpose land plot at Kiev-Borispol highway in Ukraine on long term leasehold and that has begun design works to develop commercial buildings of up to 60 000 sqm on that plot. According to the agreement, Eesti Ehitus will be the main contractor for the project.

    Hansabank profit doubles. Hansabank (part of Swedbank) said its Q4 net profit was EUR 103m, up 91% yoy. The bank said that its strong result is based on the rapid growth of the Baltic loan market and the increasing disposal income of Baltic people, BBN reported. The bank also said that there were worrying signs that the economy growth could start slowing down due to lack of workforce, high inflation, high current account deficits and strong growth of imports.

    Latvia’s car registration doubles. According to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA), registration of new passenger cars in Latvia increased 95.3% in January, the highest increase in Europe. Estonia and Lithuania posted growth rates of 46.1% and 62.8%, respectively. The average increase in new EU member states was 16.6%.

    Eastern Europe has the deadliest roads. While Baltics are on top in terms of new car registration, they are also leading the table of most dangerous roads. According to Eurostat, Latvia, Romania and Lithuania have the highest rate of “persons killed in road accidents per million registered passenger cars”. The figures are 752, 749 and 571, respectively.

    Estonian loan market starting to cool off. The Estonian business daily Aripaev writes that the private borrowing boom that reached its peak last spring is showing first signs of slowing down. According to Priit Poldoja, CEO of Hansabank Estonia, fewer people are capable to acquire real estate as prices are not at levels where many people cannot afford it although wages have been growing at breakneck speed.

    Tallinna Kaubamaja and Saku will report tomorrow.

  • Oskab keegi kosta, miks täna hommikul Olvi +11% on? Mingeid uudiseid justkui silma ei hakanud,..?

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