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Energy Consumption of Rail Baltica Project: Regional Aspects of Environmental Impact

& Young Baltic. (2017). Rail Baltica Global Project. Cost-Benefit Analysis, Final Report. [Accessed 24.04. 2017]. Available at: European Commission Directorate-General for Regional and Urban policy.(2014). Guide to Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects. Economic appraisal tool for Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 . [Accessed 10.04.2019]. Available from Internet: García Álvarez, A., Perez-Martinez, P. J

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Development of Methodology and Tools for Comparative Assessment of Operational Efficiency of Kpi-Based Logistical Infrastructure Facilities

The article features an approach to comparative assessments of logistics centres operational efficiency based on the system of logistics key performance indicators and describes the framework methodology and the order for the development of the methodological support of the specified task.

The study was conducted in the framework of the Rail Baltica Growth Corridor (RBGC) Russia project, which seeks to involve North-West Russia in the dialogue about Rail Baltica transport corridor and is supported by the Delegation of the European Union to Russia for the period 2012-2013. Particularly, RBGC Russia addresses the issues of operational and functional interoperability of logistics centres in Eastern Baltic Sea Region.

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Transportation of Dangerous Goods in Green Transport Corridors - Conclusions from Baltic Sea Region

Reference (German titles translated by the authors) 1. Beim, M. and Majewski, J. (2012) Rail Baltica Growth Corridor - WP4: Final Report , Available on (15/08/2016) at: . 2. BSH (2015) Notification of MoU for the Transport of Packaged Dangerous Goods on Ro-Ro Ships in the Baltic Sea , Available on (03/08/2016) at: . 3. BSR TC (2013) BSR Transport Cluster – for

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Early 2015 Performance In Baltic Sea Ports: Forecasts Of Estonian Performance For Entire Year

). Analysis of common governance transport system development possibilities in the East-West transport corridor. Journal of Transport and Telecommunication, 16:1, pp. 31-39. 10. Buchhofer, E. (1995). Transport infrastructure in the Baltic States during the transformation to market economies. Journal of Transport Geography , 3:1, pp. 69-75. 11. Ország-Land, Thomas (2000). Ports in transition: Baltic Europe prepares for a transshipment boom. European Business Review , 12:4. 12. Hilmola, Olli-Pekka (2011). Rail Baltica Influence Area: State of Operating

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From Bubble to Sustainable Economy in the Baltic States

Economics and Management (Brno, Czech Republic). Journal of Economics and Management , 16, 167-172. 12. EU Structural Assistance to Estonia. (2013). European Union Structural Assistance to Estonia . Webpages. Retrieved: April. 2013, from URL: 13. Hilmola, Olli-Pekka. (2011). Rail Baltica Influence Area: State of Operating Environment . Lappeenranta University of Technology, Department of Industrial Management. Research Report 236. 14. Hilmola, Olli-Pekka. (2012). Competing Transportation Chains in

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Towards a Balanced Synergy of Visions and Interests: Latvia’s Perspectives in 16+1 and Belt and Road Initiatives

Eastern European Countries . Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs. Andžāns, M. and Berziņa-Čerenkova U. A., 2017. 16+1 and China in Latvian Foreign Policy: Between Values and Interests. In: Sprūds, A., Bruģe, I. and Bukovskis, K., eds. Latvian Foreign and Security Policy Yearbook 2017. Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs: 163-172. Baltic Course, 2016. China interested in investing in Rail Baltica and airBaltic . [online] 19 February. Available at: . Baltic News Service

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