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Japan to yen: ‘Whoa!’
Japan’s government takes steps to slow the appreciation of the yen, after it hit a fresh 15-year high against the dollar.
Currency market share the basic analysis and technical indicators suggest that victory at 2010 FIBA World Championship in Turkey semi-final Lithuania vs United States Basketball team will win Lithuanian game style.
"Match outcome prediction is based on a euro / US dollar currency pair exchange rate volatility, the U.S. and European economic situation analysis. These data were collated with the basketball team statistics. We hope that it will be more accurate than the predictions of Smartass giraffes"- says Forex.LT team.
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Ukrainian confectionery group, the Roshen Confectionary Corporation, has announced that is planning to invest €8m in the modernization of its caramel production facility in Lithuania.
The company said the funds will be used to install new caramel production lines, with an output of 1,290 tonnes of products per month expected as a result of updating the Klaipeda factory, which it bought in 2006.
Roshen said the work would begin at the end of 2010, with €3.3m to be invested in the initial phase, and resulting products expected to be on the European market in March 2011.
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Increasing economic growth has led to increases in energy demand, which has led to an energy security problem in Lithuania. In the recent past, Lithuania depended on nuclear power generation for almost 70% of its electricity needs. In 2000, nuclear power contributed 42.2% of the country’s cumulative installed capacity whereas it contributed 73.7% of the total generation. However, this share has been declining due to the decommissioning of its first nuclear reactor in 2004 and the second one in 2009. Currently the country has no nuclear generation facilities and has to rely on other sources of energy coupled with electricity imports to meet the internal demand for electricity.
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