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, Swed. Ålandsöerna , archipelago (1996 pop. 25,257), 581 sq mi (1,505 sq km), in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland, at the entrance of the Gulf of Bothnia.
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Reportedly, in May 2018, the Helsinki Administrative Court had determined that a subsidiary to Qliro Group had not paid correct VAT on Aland for the
It also derives from Aland's unique status as an autonomous, Swedish-speaking province of Finland, as well as Europe's only officially demilitarized and neutralized zone.
Aland was founded in 1990 and is one of the leading Vitamin C manufacturers in China.
Aland authorities say Finnish scientists studied the beer and devised a formula for a recreation that the local Stallhagen brewery will produce.
Rumours of unpaid bills and wages were soon circulating, however, and at the end of the campaign Back - who had initially declared himself "100-per-cent confident" that Aland's plans were credible - resigned followed by most of the players he had brought to the club.
Owned by JP McManus, Aland Islands won a bumper on his debut last April and has followed up in two races over hurdles.
TODAY'S SARABAND SELECTIONS CATTERICK: 2.20 On The Right Path, 2.50 Miss Abbey, 3.20 Zazamix, 3.50 Aland Islands (nap), 4.20 Stopped Out, 4.50 The Red Laird, 5.20 Bhakti.
Divers found the two-mast ship at a depth of about 50 metres in the Aland archipelago, which stretches between the coasts of Sweden and Finland in the Baltic Sea.
Heineken may become a partner in a licence deal based on recreating the receipe from four beer bottles found on a wreck in Finland's Aland Sea last July--along with the world's oldest champagne.
The complainants want to export electricity generated from wind on Finland's Swedish-speaking Aland island to Germany, the UK, Poland and Sweden.
Last time, after years of preparation, including an inspection visit by top officials from the International Island Games federation, Anglesey lost out in a neck-and-neck race with the Finnish Baltic Sea island of Aland.
It now is based on the 27th edition of the Novum Testamentum Graece, edited by Kurt Aland, et al.