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EU economic development through the surveillance mechanism

EU economic development through the surveillance mechanism

19.07.2016

Macroeconomic imbalance procedure is an integral part of the European Semester and helps to make efficient the regular cycles of European economic policy coordination and governance. Estonia has been subject to in-depth reviews for the first time this year; Latvia and Lithuania are in a better situation.

Keyword tags: Economics, EU – Baltic States



Latviian Economics Ministry expects 2.8% GDP growth, inflation close to zero in 2016

Latviian Economics Ministry expects 2.8% GDP growth, inflation close to zero in 2016

18.07.2016

The Latvian gross domestic product (GDP) may grow 2.8 % and inflation will be close to zero this year, the Economics Ministry said in its latest report on the macroeconomic situation in the country, informs LETA.

Lithuania to be most affected by Brexit in Eastern Europe

Lithuania to be most affected by Brexit in Eastern Europe

14.07.2016

The United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union (EU) will have the biggest negative effect upon Lithuania among all countries of Eastern Europe, Standard & Poor's said in a statement, reports LETA/BNS.


During the year, the average level of consumer prices decreased by 0.5 % in Latvia

During the year, the average level of consumer prices decreased by 0.5 % in Latvia

08.07.2016

Latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, during the year* (in June 2016, compared to June 2015) the average level of consumer prices decreased by 0.5 %. Prices of goods decreased by 1.2 %, while prices of services grew by 1.2 %.

Investments have improved Estonia's economic situation - EKI experts

Investments have improved Estonia's economic situation - EKI experts

08.07.2016

Experts of the Institute of Economic Research (EKI) in June rated the current state of the Estonian economy with 5.2 points on a scale of 1 to 9, which is a 0.6 point improvement over March.


08.07.2016

Baltic countries`resource productivity among lowest in EU – Eurostat

Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia has one of the lowest levels of resource productivity in the European Union, figures from Eurostat showed on Thursday

04.07.2016

In May, industrial production in Latvia output grew by 5.1 %

Data compiled by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, compared to May 2015, in May 2016 industrial production output increased by 5.1% (according to calendar adjusted data at constant prices), of which in manufacturing – by 5.3%, in electricity and gas supply – by 4.8 %, whereas in mining and quarrying there was a drop of 2.9%.

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