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Riga adopts 2018 budget with EUR 48 mln deficit

Riga adopts 2018 budget with EUR 48 mln deficit

15.12.2017

The Riga City Council on December 15th finally adopted its 2018 budget with a EUR 48.28 million deficit, informs LETA.

Keyword tags: Budget, Financial Services, Latvia, Legislation



Latvian Saeima passes Healthcare Financing Law in the final reading

Latvian Saeima passes Healthcare Financing Law in the final reading

15.12.2017

Saeima in Latvia passed the Healthcare Financing Law in the final reading yesterday, paving the way for the launch of a state mandatory health insurance system, reports LETA.

Estonian Riigikogu adopts 2018 state budget

Estonian Riigikogu adopts 2018 state budget

14.12.2017

The Estonian parliament on Wednesday adopted the 2018 State Budget Act, according to which Estonia gets the first ever state budget exceeding 10 million euros in size, informs LETA/BNS.


Revenue to Riga city budget to top EUR 900 mln in 2018 for first time in history

Revenue to Riga city budget to top EUR 900 mln in 2018 for first time in history

14.12.2017

Revenue to the Riga city budget next year will top EUR 900 million for the first time in the history of the Latvian capital, and this is an excellent financial indicator, Riga Mayor Nils Usakovs (Harmony) said, cites LETA.

Lithuania's Seimas approves 2018 budget

Lithuania's Seimas approves 2018 budget

13.12.2017

Lithuania's parliament on December 12th approved the 2018 budget, the first budget in the country's history with the government sector's revenue expected to top the spending, and Lithuania finally meeting its commitment to NATO of earmarking 2% of the gross domestic product (GDP) to defense, writes LETA/BNS.


11.12.2017

Tax revenue to Latvian budget EUR 43.62 mln above target in January-November

Revenue to the Latvian budget administrated by the State Revenue Service met the target by 100.6% in January-November 2017, being EUR 43.618 million above the target, the tax authority said, cites LETA.

06.12.2017

Estonian Audit Office: future decline in EU support needs attention now

According to the Estonian National Audit Office, the assessments forwarded to ministries show that the state uses European Union support also for financing activities necessary for the long term and the state should prepare for the situation where EU support will decrease in the new budgetary period, cites LETA/BNS.

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