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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 20.10.2017, 22:55

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FinMin: Lithuania must save for future amid growing economy

FinMin: Lithuania must save for future amid growing economy

20.10.2017

Lithuania formed a surplus 2018 state budget for the first time since regaining independence in 1990, says Finance Minister Vilius Sapoka, adding this is necessary amid fast economic development and the need to accumulate reserves for a rainy day, reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Budget, Economics, Financial Services, Lithuania



Eesti Pank head: EU budget, finmin won't help countries in trouble

Eesti Pank head: EU budget, finmin won't help countries in trouble

17.10.2017

Eurozone countries should not get their hopes too high on ever-closer fiscal cooperation and a European finance ministry to help out countries in trouble, Ardo Hansson, head of the Bank of Estonia and member of the European Central Bank governing council said in an interview with Politico cited by the Bank of Estonia, informs LETA/BNS.

To curb emigration, Latvia has to achieve faster economic growth than Europe on average

To curb emigration, Latvia has to achieve faster economic growth than Europe on average

16.10.2017

If Latvia is to curb emigration it has to achieve fastest economic growth than Europe on average, Vjaceslavs Dombrovskis, the head of Certus think tank, said in an interview with Latvian Television on October 13th, informs LETA.


Estonia's economic climate indicator rises by almost 50% in 3 months

Estonia's economic climate indicator rises by almost 50% in 3 months

12.10.2017

The economic climate indicator calculated by the Estonian Institute of Economic Research moved up almost 50% during the three months ending September 201, reports LETA/BNS.

IMF ups Latvia's economic growth forecast for 2017 and 2018

IMF ups Latvia's economic growth forecast for 2017 and 2018

11.10.2017

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised upwards Latvia’s GDP growth forecast for the years 2017 and 2018, reports LETA.


10.10.2017

Experts see no signs of economic overheating in Latvia

There are no signs of economic overheating in Latvia but the problems of employment and productivity need to be addressed, experts said during a seminar organized by Latvian Economics Minister Arvils Aseradens (Unity) yesterday, cites LETA.

09.10.2017

Out of control development of municipalities around Riga hamper city's development

Uncontrolled development of municipalities around Riga poses the greatest challenge to Riga's development and competitiveness in the Baltic region, which is also indicated in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) report on Latvia, as social anthropologist and urban development expert Viesturs Celmins says in an interview with LETA.

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