Demography

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 05.12.2016, 06:28

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Demography to have most significant effect on Baltic real estate market in following years

Demography to have most significant effect on Baltic real estate market in following years

20.10.2016

Demographic trends are going to have the most significant impact on the Baltic real estate market in following years, Morten Hansen, the head of the Economics Department at the Riga Faculty of the Stockholm School of Economics, said at the Baltic Real Estate Leaders Forum today.

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Tax hikes inevitable as Latvia's population dwindles

Tax hikes inevitable as Latvia's population dwindles

11.10.2016

Tax hikes are inevitable as Latvia's population dwindles, according to a study carried out in cooperation with Oxford Research company and published in the Latvian Business Annual Report 2016 compiled by Firmas.lv and LETA.

Mediterranean states use structural reforms to reduce migration to Europe

Mediterranean states use structural reforms to reduce migration to Europe

29.09.2016

The member countries on the both sides of Mediterranean Sea (Union for the Mediterranean, UfM) have defined key structural measures to address persisting challenges of unemployment in the region, particularly for young people and women. These measures are expected to reduce immigration flow to Europe.


 Birth rates in the Baltic states kept increasing in 2015

Birth rates in the Baltic states kept increasing in 2015

03.08.2016

Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) informs that in 2015 number of births grew in all three Baltic states. Compared to 2014, in 2015 the greatest increase in the number of newborn was registered in Lithuania – of 1 106 newborn or 3.6 %, whereas in Estonia the increase accounted for 356 newborn or 2.6 % and in Latvia – for 233 newborn or 1.1 %, BC informs CSB.

Number of residents in Riga Planning Region to grow to 1.1 mln by 2030

Number of residents in Riga Planning Region to grow to 1.1 mln by 2030

03.08.2016

The number of residents in the Riga Planning Region by 2030 will grow to 1.1 mln, and the gross domestic product (GDP) might grow by 30%, according to the region's development vision, writes LETA.


21.07.2016

Number of births keeps increasing in Latvia since 2011

The number of births in Latvia has been increasing since 2011. According to the provisional data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB), the number of newborns registered during the first six months of 2016 – 10 943 children – is 224 babies or 2% more than during the corresponding period of 2015.

15.06.2016

Population ageing named as serious future problem for Latvia

More than a half or 57% respondents believe that population ageing will become a serious problem in Latvia during the next five years, according to the Baltic International Bank Latvia Barometer survey, cites LETA.

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