Demography

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 23.06.2017, 18:30

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Number of Riga public transport passengers drops by half in ten years

Number of Riga public transport passengers drops by half in ten years

12.06.2017

In 2016, Riga public transport carried 143.4 mln passengers which is by 144 mln less than in 2006, according to the public report of the Riga local government for 2016 writes LETA.

Keyword tags: Demography, Financial Services, Latvia, Transport



Latvia has over 39,000 families with three or more children

Latvia has over 39,000 families with three or more children

12.06.2017

According to the Welfare Ministry, there are over 39,000 families with three children or more in Latvia, reports LETA.

This year's immigration quota in Estonia to be exhausted in summer

This year's immigration quota in Estonia to be exhausted in summer

09.06.2017

This year's immigration quota which regulates labor and business migration from third countries to Estonia is set to be exhausted already in the summer, writes LETA/BNS.


Latvia population keeps declining

Latvia population keeps declining

30.05.2017

The latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that at the beginning of 2017 Latvia population accounted for 1 mln 950 thousand, which is 18.8 thousand people fewer than a year ago. In 2016, population declined by 0.97% (in 2015 by 0.87%).

Estonia’s net migration was positive in 2016

Estonia’s net migration was positive in 2016

26.05.2017

According to Statistics Estonia, 14,822 persons immigrated to and 13,792 persons emigrated from Estonia in 2016. Immigration exceeded emigration for the second year. Most of the migrants were Estonian citizens, but their net migration was negative.


17.05.2017

Child money in Lithuania could be EUR 30-60 next year

Discussions are in progress in Lithuania to grant child money to all families regardless of their income starting 2018, with the benefits for families raising 1-2 children at 30 euros and families with more children at 50 or 60 euros per every child, Social Security and Labor Minister Linas Kukuraitis says LETA/BNS.

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