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Baltic

1. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages consisting of Lithuanian, Latvian, and Old Prussian
2. a freight-chartering market in the City of London, which formerly also dealt in some commodities
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Given the need to hold on to the increasingly tenuous Transatlantic link, it is important to think outside the Nordic - Baltic box.
MENTION the Baltic and we immediately think of the best contemporary art installation in the North-East.
The author's assertion of the Baltics as a buffer has tragic precedents in modern memory.
Progress has been achieved in promoting Baltic domestic reforms and in integrating with Western European institutions.
The Baltic Municipal Initiative Advisory Committee will hold a meeting during the Congress of Cities in Phoenix.
Trade and Development Agency grant to Electrotek Concepts means good things for the California high-tech industry and the Baltic countries," said Boxer.
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, the Soviet Baltic Republics, from the northwestern border of the Soviet Union and provide strategic Russian access to the Baltic Sea.
However, by promoting a policy that supports NATO membership for the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, the Administration is jeopardizing vital US national interests and undermining NATO's collective defense mission.
The recent macroeconomic tensions, overheated real estate markets and worsening worldwide economic climate are likely to reduce temporarily the rate of growth in all Baltic countries.
Together with Scandinavia, the Baltic countries, the European Union and NATO," Ansip said.
With over EUR 1 billion of assets under management, Parex Asset Management is the largest investment management company in the Baltic region.
Despite the double digit contraction in the Baltics this year, banks say they have no plans to withdraw any time soon.

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