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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 17.06.2019, 00:32

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Estonian rectors disappointed with govt abandoning promise to increase research funding

Estonian rectors disappointed with govt abandoning promise to increase research funding

28.05.2019

The Estonian three-party government coalition's decision to postpone increasing research spending to the promised one percent of GDP came as an unpleasant surprise to head of Estonia's universities, according to the Postimees reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Budget, Education and Science, Estonia, Financial Services



Growth on the Luxury Market: Time to Invest

Growth on the Luxury Market: Time to Invest

10.05.2019

At a time when the news is full of worried comments about Brexit, trade wars and deceleration of economic growth, experts have again registered growth on the international luxury market.

European Commission raises Estonia's economic growth outlook to 2.8%

European Commission raises Estonia's economic growth outlook to 2.8%

08.05.2019

According to the spring economic forecast of the European Commission, economic growth is to continue at a slower pace, Estonia's economic growth forecast was raised by 0.1 percentage points to 2.8 %, informed LETA/BNS.


EU commission keeps Lithuania's growth forecasts unchanged

EU commission keeps Lithuania's growth forecasts unchanged

08.05.2019

The European Commission expects Lithuania's GDP growth to moderate to 2.7% this year and to 2.4% next year, informed LETA/BNS.

In 2018, general government budget deficit in Latvia amounted to 295.4 mln euros

In 2018, general government budget deficit in Latvia amounted to 295.4 mln euros

23.04.2019

Provisional1 results (accordingly European System of Accounts (ESA 2010) methodology) compiled by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, in 2018 general government budget deficit accounted for EUR 295.4 mln or 1% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and general government consolidated gross debt amounted to EUR 10.6 bn or 35.9% of the GDP.


04.04.2019

Saeima adopts 2019 budget, rejecting all proposals submitted by opposition

The Latvian Saeima today adopted this year’s national budget, rejecting all proposals submitted by the opposition, informed LETA/BNS.

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