Vaasa


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Vaasa

(Finnish ˈvɑːsɑ)
n
(Placename) a port in W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia: the provisional capital of Finland (1918); textile industries. Pop: 56 953 (2003 est). Former name: Nikolainkaupunki
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With Scandic Vaasa, the company is further strengthening its network in the Finnish market.
Extra frequencies will also be added to Vaasa with an evening flight departing 18.
Aarne was educated in Vaasa, Finland and was the owner of Aarne Aaltonen bakery prior to immigrating to the USA in 1967.
The Finnish Vaasa administrative court will decide upon taking the application of Finnish and Estonian environmental organizations into proceedings during the next three months.
Great Britain's Abby Westley winning the 1,500m in Vaasa
The Commission, which sees aquaculture as having a potentially bright future as regards growth and job creation within the fishing industry, notes in an issue paper distributed in Vaasa that "the market for farmed fish and molluscs (at the right prices) should be able to extend far beyond present levels".
Vaasa Telephone Company had already tested Television broadcast services based on IP multicast and Voice over IP solutions for a period of time, according to Ericsson.
Boss Sandy Clark said: "The relationship we enjoy with Vaasa means we could assist each other in future.
Vaasa arrived in Scotland without the keeper who defied Saints in the first game, as Panu Toivonen, who was on loan, was recalled to his FC Haka.
Scoring another goal against Vaasa would be a great boost because I really enjoyed the first-leg goal.
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERICY) and Vaasa Telephone Company, a strong player within Finnet, have signed a contract for the delivery of Ericsson's Ethernet DSL Broadband Access equipment and related services.
Vaasa city road marking work as mass markings from 14 may 2018 to 31 august 2018 in accordance with the tender specifications.