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Ruling coalition in Latvia agrees on raising social insurance contributions

Ruling coalition in Latvia agrees on raising social insurance contributions

15.06.2017

The Latvian ruling coalition partners today reached an agreement on raising mandatory social insurance contributions, while further discussions will be held on progressivity of the personal income tax, Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) told LETA after the coalition meeting.

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Estonia's current account ran EUR 9 mln deficit in April

Estonia's current account ran EUR 9 mln deficit in April

13.06.2017

Estonia's current account of balance of payments had a deficit of nine mln euros in April, a flash estimate published by the Bank of Estonia on Tuesday shows.

Estonia's Tartu adopts EUR 10.7 mln extra budget

Estonia's Tartu adopts EUR 10.7 mln extra budget

09.06.2017

The council of Tartu, second biggest city of Estonia, on Thursday adopted a supplementary budget for 2017 which increases the city's expenditures this year by 10.7 mln euros, reports LETA/BNS.


Latvian Interior Ministry demands EUR 52 mln for fight against terrorism and other priority measures

Latvian Interior Ministry demands EUR 52 mln for fight against terrorism and other priority measures

08.06.2017

The Latvian Interior Ministry had demanded EUR 52 mln for priority measures in 2018, the ministry’s spokeswoman Alise Adamane reported LETA.

Bank of Lithuania submits position on necessary pension system reform

Bank of Lithuania submits position on necessary pension system reform

16.05.2017

The Bank of Lithuania, after conducting a study of the country’s pension system, states that, with no significant and immediate reforms undertaken, the future pensioners’ position will only deteriorate. The Bank of Lithuania is submitting a package of proposals that could change the situation if a long-term political agreement on the implementation of necessary measures is reached.


24.04.2017

Eurozone's smallest government sector debt in 2016 recorded in Estonia

In 2016 the smallest government sector debt in the euro area was recorded in Estonia, where it totaled 9.5% of GDP, Eurostat reports.

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