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Tuesday, 24.01.2017, 03:08
New light-vehicle (M1&N1) registrations in the Baltic States increased by 6.5% to 15’772 units in IV quarter 2016, that show analysis of fully-processed registrations’ data performed by AV Automotive Research / AutoTyrimai, based on source data obtained from Regitra (Lithuania), CSDD (Latvia) and Maanteeamet (Estonia).
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Latvia's mobile telecommunications operators have prepared their networks for the launch of an automatic emergency call system or the so called eCall, reports LETA.
Latvia showed fifth steepest growth in new passenger car registrations in Europe in the first 11 months of this year compared to the same period in 2015, according to the latest report by the European Automobile Manufacturers Association's (ACEA).
The turnover of enterprises engaged in wholesale and retail trade of motor vehicles and motorcycles in Lithuania increased by 0.1% over the month29.11.2016
Statistics Lithuania informs that, based on provisional data, in October 2016, the turnover (VAT excluded) of enterprises engaged in wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles amounted to EUR 270.3 million at current prices, and, against September 2016, seasonally and calendar adjusted, increased by 0.1% at constant prices (unadjusted – by 3.1%).
Saeima today approved in the final reading legislative amendments stipulating that Latvian citizens may use foreign-registered cars in Latvia, but will have to pay a tax, wirtes LETA.
Latvia`s and Lithuania's new car sales rose at one of the fastest rates in the EU in the ten months through October, figures from the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) showed on Thursday.
Several police officers in Latvia face disciplinary probe over purchase of motor vehicles not compliant with required emissions standards
Several disciplinary probes have been launched after motor vehicles that do not comply with the purchase agreement have been delivered to the State Police, and the Internal Security Bureau has been asked to assess the responsibility of several police officials for the situation, reports LETA.