Russia’s role in the Baltic States’ Investment

Aleksandr Sergeevich Pestich


The aim of this article is to determine the modern role of Russia in the investment space of the Baltic states and to assess the current stage of integration of Russian and the Baltic states’ economies. The basis of the work is the analysis of the dynamics and structure of Russian investment in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. This article shows the decreasing role of Russia in the Baltic states’ investment, but Russia is still an important economic partner for these states. Absolute amounts of investment are growing, while the share of Russia in different countries varies in different ways and, depending on the implementation of any project. Structure of Russian investments is different in all countries.

Słowa kluczowe: Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, investment, business

Eesti statistica, [15.03.2015]

Eurostat, [15.03.2015]

GILD100, ranks the 100 most valuable Estonian and Lithuanian companies, [15.03.2015]

Latvijas statistika, [15.03.2015]

Lietuvos statisticos departamentas, [15.03.2015]

Lursoft - data bases of enterprises, [15.03.2015]

UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), [15.03.2015]

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