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Baltic IT&T Review

A Business Journal for the Information Society

Baltic IT&T Review is published quarterly in the English language by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Republic of Estonia, the Secretariat of Special Assignments Minister for Electronic Government Affairs, Republic of Latvia, the Information Society Development Committee, Government of Lithuania. The journal is published since 1996. Starting from autumn 2007 Baltic IT&T Review is published in on-line format only.

The journal is intended mainly for government and academic institutions, ICT providers and users in the Baltic States and beyond, international organizations, embassies and institutions of cross-border cooperation that operate / are interested in the Baltic region. Baltic IT&T Review is being read mostly in all three Baltic countries, in Scandinavia and other European countries.

The journal is a unique publication which promotes the exchange of information and experience among the countries of the Baltic Sea region, reflecting important activities and events which take place, spotlighting significant ICT projects and initiatives in the region.

The journal contains articles about:
 ICT Events and Forums,
 ICT Market,

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Registered in Latvia, No. 1060
ISSN 1691-4694

Publisher: Data Media Group
Address: Stabu 47, Riga LV-1011, Latvia
Phone: +371 67311821
Fax: +371 67315567
E-mail: bittr(at)
Web address:  
Language: English
Editor-in-chief: Mara Jakobsone
Estonia: Juhan Pruuden
Latvia: Andris Melnudris
Lithuania: Saule Jokbauskien
Advertisements: Alvis Rudens
Type of publication: Informative journal
Frequency: Quarterly
Format: on-line
Bank account: HansaBanka, IBAN account No. LV17HABA0001408033585, SWIFT code: HABALV22


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