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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 20.02.2017, 19:50

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Estonia's January tax revenue up 5.8% on year

Estonia's January tax revenue up 5.8% on year

09.02.2017

he Estonian Tax and Customs Board collected a total of 663.5 million euros in taxes in January, 5.8% more than in January 2016, reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Budget, Estonia, Financial Services, Taxation



Lithuania plans to introduce minimum needs basket of EUR 240-250

Lithuania plans to introduce minimum needs basket of EUR 240-250

08.02.2017

Lithuania's authorities are planning to introduce a minimum needs basket of around 240 to 250 euros that will show what minimum monthly income a person needs to survive, informs LETA/BNS.

Estonian president's office doesn't want residence set up at Liberty estate

Estonian president's office doesn't want residence set up at Liberty estate

08.02.2017

The Office of the President has decided to abandon the plan tabled during the tenure of Toomas Hendrik Ilves to renovate the seaside Liberty estate in the Tallinn suburb of Rocca al Mare for more than four million euros to serve as the residence of the head of state, informs LETA/BNS.


Increased financing for roads should be efficiently invested

Increased financing for roads should be efficiently invested

01.02.2017

The increased financing for roads this year should be efficiently invested in repairs and their quality, said Latvian Transport Minister Uldis Augulis during his meeting with Latvijas Valsts Celi (LVC) state road manager’s board chairman Janis Lange today.

Estonia's tax gap seen to be stable at 7.1%

Estonia's tax gap seen to be stable at 7.1%

01.02.2017

The tax gap, or the difference between the total amount of taxes owed to the government versus the amount that is actually received, was stable at 7.1 percent in 2015, tax officials said at a press conference on Wednesday, writes LETA/BNS.


01.02.2017

Using “own resources”: the EU needs a budget reform

Several EU member states have for long been disputing the ways the EU “finances” were formed and used, i.e. showing discontent in the way the common financial recourses are compiled and distributed. Brexit was just a culmination of the old-aged resistance to often uncontrolled by the national governments EU’s spending. The time is here for change…

31.01.2017

Latvia's Reverta distressed asset manager paid EUR 59.89 million for issued debt securities in 2016

Latvia's Reverta distressed asset manager last year paid EUR 59.89 mln for the issued debt securities and the actual remaining principle of the debt securities at the end of 2016 was EUR 384.6 mln .

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