Melna kafija (Black coffee) producer has decided to invest LVL 30 000 in the creation of a new brand in order to strengthen its position on the market. The new Melnā coffee brand is called to increase the retail market share in the Baltics and export markets – Russia, Denmark, Finland and Belarus.
The backpack neurotransmitter designed by Anthony Leonardo is aimed at understanding how a dragonfly predicts the trajectory of its prey and how a dragonfly plans its course to catch it.
On Tuesday, June 28, a Laima embassy was opened in Riga, Kalku Street 28. It was created specifically to allow the company to communicate with society more openly. It will also symbolize the company as a confectionery legend in Latvia since 1870 and help the guests of the capital to learn more about Riga's Queen of Chocolates.
Latvian Finance Minister Andris Vilks has appointed the Deputy State Secretary Baiba Bane as the ministry's representative in the Board of Riga Free port.
88.7% of Latvian residents that bought cars in the past few months were largely interested in used cars. According to them, their prices and maintenance costs are more efficient. Buyers of new cars, however, say they prefer new cars because of their top quality and technical state, as well as fuel and maintenance costs.
Due to the neglect of its owners, one of the oldest Art Nouveau buildings in Riga is falling apart. It was built in 1899. Its architect is Rudolf Heinrich Von Zirwitz. The building situation on Vilandes Street 11 in Riga is a national architectural and cultural landmark.
The blast, believed to have been performed by a suicide bomber, comes on the day when NATO is expected to formally hand over command of security responsibilities to Afghan forces.
According to Latvian Transport Minister Anrijs Matiss, negotiations with two potential investors are currently being held in regard to Latvia's National airBaltic airline.
Two Latvian companies – Centre Composite and Aviatest – will be participating in the Paris Air Show this week. This will be the first time for Latvian companies to participate in an event that gathers giants like Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier Aerospace and Eurocopter.
At the end of last week, the Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum celebrated the summer solstice in preparation for Ligo and Midsummer.