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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 30.01.2015, 09:54

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In December construction input prices grew by 0.5% in Lithuania

In December construction input prices grew by 0.5% in Lithuania

29.01.2015

Statistics Lithuania informs that construction input prices in December 2014, against November, increased by 0.5%. Over the year (December 2014, against December 2013), construction input prices increased by 1.7%.

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Construction costs in 2014 rose by 0.4% in Latvia

Construction costs in 2014 rose by 0.4% in Latvia

28.01.2015

According to the data of the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia (CSB), compared to the average level of 2013, construction costs in Latvia in 2014 grew by 0.4%.

Zolitude tragedy case suspects released from custody

Zolitude tragedy case suspects released from custody

26.01.2015

Riga Regional Court decided today to release from custody two Zolitude tragedy case suspects – construction inspection expert Andris Gulbis and civil engineer Ivars Sergets.


Latvian pavilion at Expo 2015 could be replaced by park worth EUR 1.08 mln

Latvian pavilion at Expo 2015 could be replaced by park worth EUR 1.08 mln

26.01.2015

Netherlands-based Gestalt Communications has offered Latvia to cancel the construction of a pavilion and to replace it by a park, which would symbolize Latvia as a country rich in forests, newspaper Diena reports, cites LETA.

Swiss construction company offers to construct Latvia's ''Expo'' pavilion for EUR 1 mln less

Swiss construction company offers to construct Latvia's ''Expo'' pavilion for EUR 1 mln less

21.01.2015

Swiss construction company Adunic AG has offered the Economy Ministry to construct the Latvian pavilion at ''World Expo 2015'' in Milan for EUR 2 million, the company itself informed LETA.

20.01.2015

The construction price index in Estonia increased by 0.5% in 2014

According to Statistics Estonia, in 2014, the construction price index rose 0.5% compared to the average of 2013.

20.01.2015

Sudraba "shocked" that 50% construction supplies tested post-"Maxima-Zolitude" disaster don’t meet standards

MP Inguna Subraba (For Latvia From the Heart) commented yesterday that the information released is "shocking", that even after the Maxima supermarket disaster, 50% of construction supplies tested from various construction sites, do not meet quality standards, reports LETA.

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