International transport conference in Stockholm “Business Opportunities and Logistic. Scandinavian and Eastern Europe case”

International conference in Stockholm discusses transport opportunities for Scandinavia and Baltics

On September 10th an international transport and logistics conference took place in Stockholm. On the initiative of the Lithuanian Embassy in Sweden, the conference was organized by Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications, JSC Lithuanian Railways, port of Klaipėda, Turkish-Swedish business association Sweturk and International Swedish Freight association. […]

Lauri Koponen

KTU Executive School: Tailor-made competences for business

Every businessperson in his of her life has encountered a situation when they need to upgrade their competence package. However, usually there is no time for proper studies, and the quality of available lectures by individual speakers is often compromised. Lauri Koponen, Head of KTU Executive School says that business breakfast, popular in Scandinavian countries, is a good solution for this problem. […]

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Opinion: What do Russian probes in the Baltic portend?

Earlier this month (October 2014), Scandinavian, and especially Swedish, media have focused on Sweden’s apparently abortive efforts to locate what was allegedly a disabled Russian reconnaissance submarine off its shores near Stockholm. But beyond the glaring evidence of the degradation of Swedish military capabilities — a condition it shares with most if not all of Europe — there is a larger story here. […]

Mindaugas Jurkynas

Opinion: Lithuania’s interests in the Arctic – a new niche

Although most of our eyes are glued to what’s happening in Ukraine (and, let’s face it, the World Cup in Brazil) for reasons apparent to everyone, the world is not limited to what Lithuania sees. The latest and most important political trends determining power, identity, rules and regional development exist way beyond Lithuania’s geopolitical boundaries. […]