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Friday, 13.12.2019, 16:35
A court in Estonia has satisfied in part a claim by Estonian two times Olympic champion Erika Salumäe against the gossip magazine Kroonika for non-material damage and has ordered the publisher to pay Salumäe 9,500 euros in total, informs LETA/BNS referring to the online edition of Postimees reported.
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Latvian employers will have no right to demand employees speak foreign languages unless that is necessary in their job01.11.2018
Latvia’s Saeima today approved amendments to the Labor Law in the final reading, which stipulate that employers have no right to demand their employees to speak foreign languages unless such language skills are necessary in their jobs, informs LETA.
There were 44,043 business operators registered as payers of micro enterprise tax in Latvia in early November this year, and 51,033 entities have been removed from the list, informs LETA referring to the statistics of the Latvian State Revenue Service.
The Viljandi, South Estonia based developer and manufacturer of delivery solutions Cleveron has expanded its activity to Canada by installing the first five of its parcel robots in the stores of the largest local retailer, Canadian Tire Corporation, informs LETA/BNS referring to the regional Estonian newspaper Sakala.
There were 209,518 corporate entities registered as taxpayers in Latvia as on November 1, 2018, down by 4.4% year-on-year, informs LETA referring to the statistics of the Latvian State Revenue Service.
The listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp is intending to list its shares on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange and is aiming for the commencement of trading on or around December 3, 2018, informs LETA/BNS.
Latvia’s Saeima on Thursday passed in the final reading a bill ratifying the Latvia-Estonia intergovernmental agreement on the exchange of residents’ data, informs LETA referring to the parliamentary press office.