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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 24.11.2017, 20:26

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Rural Advisory and Training Center reports rotten winter crops in many Latvian regions

Rural Advisory and Training Center reports rotten winter crops in many Latvian regions

20.11.2017

The situation with winter crops is different in different regions of Latvia; in some regions winter crops have rotten in the waterlogged fields, Latvian Rural Advisory and Training Center informed LETA.

Keyword tags: Agriculture, Latvia, Markets and Companies



EU Commission ''concerned'' about recent amendments to Latvian Agricultural Land Law on language requirements

EU Commission ''concerned'' about recent amendments to Latvian Agricultural Land Law on language requirements

03.11.2017

European Commission institutions have ''concerns'' about the recent restrictions put in place toughening the state language requirements for foreigners who buy farmland in Latvia, LETA was informed by the Commission's representation in Latvia.

Oettinger: equal EU funding for farmers is 'long-term ambition'

Oettinger: equal EU funding for farmers is 'long-term ambition'

03.11.2017

Equal direct payments to farmers across the European Union is a long-term ambition of the bloc, but it is not clear yet when this could be achieved, EU Budget Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said in Vilnius on November 2nd, informs LETA/BNS.


Kurzemes CMAS veterinary company posts EUR 87,322 in 9-month profit; sales up 2.5%

Kurzemes CMAS veterinary company posts EUR 87,322 in 9-month profit; sales up 2.5%

27.10.2017

Latvian veterinary company Kurzemes CMAS in the first nine months of this year generated EUR 719,835 million in sales, up 2.5% from the respective period last year, while the company’s profit increased 18.6% to EUR 87,322, writes LETA, according to the company’s unaudited financial report submitted to the Nasdaq Riga stock exchange.

Government in Latvia approves allocating EUR 14.87 mln for farmers affected by floods

Government in Latvia approves allocating EUR 14.87 mln for farmers affected by floods

24.10.2017

The government of Latvia on October 24th approved allocating EUR 14.87 million from the government's emergency funds to compensate farmers for damage caused by floods this past August and September, the Cabinet of Ministers informed LETA.


24.10.2017

Lielzeltini poultry farm to invest EUR 500,000 in new equipment

Latvia’s Lielzeltini poultry farm plans to invest EUR 500,000 in thermal processing systems and transportation equipment, writes LETA, according to information posted on the internet website of the Procurement Monitoring Bureau.

24.10.2017

Overall grain harvest in 2017 in Latvia is good enough

The overall grain harvest in Latvia in 2017 is good enough so Latvia will not have to import grain, Farmers' Saeima Chairman Juris Lazdins told Latvian Television yesterday, reports LETA.

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