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Thursday, 20.06.2013, 10:35
The Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) has compiled Labour Force Survey results on labour status of population1 (aged 15-74) and situation in the labour market in the 2nd quarter of 2012.
Keyword tags: Analytics, Employment, Financial Services, Labour-market, Latvia, Wages
Estonia’s timber industry sector increased sales by 15% in 2011, totalling 1.3 billion euros, writes LETA/National Broadcasting. In constant prices, production volumes in the sector grew by 17% in 2011.
A Latvian woman who had to have her leg amputated at the scene of a horrific road traffic collision whilst working in the UK, has received GBP 1,000,000 in an out of court settlement, the newspaper The Sacramento Bee reports.
Klaipeda state seaport harbor master Viktoras Lukosevicius has decided to resign as it turned out that fuel from seaport ships has been plundered for a long time.
The Riigikogu Committee on Constitutional Affairs proposed to amend the draft law on ratifying and implementing the European Stability Mechanism’s Founding Treaty so that Riigikogu would have a greater role in making decisions over granting aid from the ESM reserves, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.
The dairy industry sector is leaving aside low-fat yoghurts, cheese curd creams and sour cream from their product variety, because consumers no longer wish to buy them, writes LETA/Postimees.
According to an IFRS-based assessment, in spite of turbulence experienced on the capital markets, ERGO Insurance Group in the Baltic States wrote over EUR 72.4 million in premiums in the first half of the year, which resulted in a growth of 9.7%, and earned EUR 5.04 million in profit.