Date: 08.12.2017.

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In November, annual inflation in Latvia constituted 2.7%

In November, annual inflation in Latvia constituted 2.7%

08.12.2017

The latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that during the year* (in November 2017, compared to November 2016) the average level of consumer prices rose by 2.7%. Prices of goods grew by 2.7% and prices of services by 2.9%.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Inflation, Latvia, Markets and Companies



EU’s Economy & Finance Minister’s idea becomes a reality by mid-2019

EU’s Economy & Finance Minister’s idea becomes a reality by mid-2019

08.12.2017

A new Commission “roadmap” is aimed at concrete measures for deepening Economic and Monetary Union. In mid-2019, a new EU Minister for finances and economy may help the Baltic States taking steps for greater unity and efficiency. Besides, a new European Monetary Fund would assist existing Single Resolution Fund in facilitating an orderly resolution of distressed banks in the EU states.

Latvian Dairy to invest EUR 1.464 mln in new equipment

Latvian Dairy to invest EUR 1.464 mln in new equipment

08.12.2017

Latvian Dairy (Latvijas Piens) company will invest EUR 1.464 million in new equipment, writes LETA, according to information published in the internet website of the Procurement Monitoring Bureau.


Latvijas Gaze subsidiary gets license for distribution of natural gas

Latvijas Gaze subsidiary gets license for distribution of natural gas

08.12.2017

The Latvian Public Utilities Commission (Regulator) has issued a license for distribution of natural gas to Latvijas Gaze subsidiary Gaso, the regulator’s representatives reported LETA.

Parliament opens Lithuania's roads to driverless autonomous vehicles

Parliament opens Lithuania's roads to driverless autonomous vehicles

08.12.2017

The Lithuanian parliament on December 7th opened up the country's roads to driverless autonomous vehicles, informs LETA/BNS.


08.12.2017

Transport Ministry calls on Japan to use Latvian transit opportunities

During the visit of Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) to Japan, Latvian Transport Ministry’s state secretary called on Japanese business representatives to use Latvian transit opportunities, the ministry’s representatives reported LETA.

08.12.2017

New step made towards intensifying political, economic cooperation between Latvia, Japan

A new step has been made towards intensifying political and economic cooperation between Latvia and Japan, Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) said during the meeting with Ken Matsuzawa, President of the International Friendship Exchange Council (FEC) of Japan, cites LETA.

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