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Thursday, 12.12.2019, 14:24
According to Statistics Estonia, in 2018, life expectancy at birth was 73.9 years for males and 82.4 years for females. Life expectancy has increased for both sexes, slightly more for males. Men are expected to live disability-free for 52.8 and women for 55.6 years. Just a year ago, disability-free life expectancy for males was two years longer and for females over three years longer.
Keyword tags: Analytics, Demography, Estonia, Health, Society
The state-owned Estonian rail transport and logistics company Operail increased all of its key financial indicators over the first six months of the year, with the company's net profit increasing 7% on year to 5.2 mln euros in the first half of 2019, informed LETA/BNS.
Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda plans to move from his private house to the presidential residence in the area of Turniskes only after its renovation, according to the Lietuvos Rytas daily writes LETA/BNS.
Estonia's Minister of Education and Research Mailis Reps summoned the rector of the Tallinn University of Technology (TTU, TalTech) to a meeting at the ministry for Wednesday,according to the Postimees reported LETA/BNS.
The number of passengers carried by listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp rose 2.5% on year to 1.02 mln in August, exceeding the 1 mln mark for the first time ever in the month of August and marking a record number of passengers per month for the fourth month in a row in 2019, reported LETA/BNS.
Lithuania's average electricity market price in the country's Nord Pool bidding area rose by 16.3% in August, from the same month last year, to 49.37 euros per MWh, and grew 0.9% from July, Lithuania's state-run energy group Lietuvos Energija (Lithuanian Energy) said LETA/BNS.
25 countries have formed work group to analyze ABLV Bank's participation in possible money laundering schemes - Znotina
A work group has been set up of 25 countries to analyze participation of the to-be-liquidated ABLV Bank in possible money laundering schemes, said aid Financial Intelligence Unit's head Ilze Znotina, cited LETA.