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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 19.08.2017, 16:04

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All 3 Baltic countries post annual growth of H1 exports

All 3 Baltic countries post annual growth of H1 exports

18.08.2017

All three Baltic countries posted year-on-year growth in exports for the first half of 2017, figures from the EU statistical office Eurostat showed on August 16th, cites LETA/BNS.

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Latvian current account has EUR 28 mln deficit in H1

Latvian current account has EUR 28 mln deficit in H1

14.08.2017

During the first six months of 2017, Latvia's current account of the balance of payments had a deficit of EUR 28 million in contrast to a surplus in the same period last year, the Bank of Latvia reported LETA.

Swedbank: growth of foreign trade volumes in Estonia stopped

Swedbank: growth of foreign trade volumes in Estonia stopped

10.08.2017

According to Swedbank's chief economist Tonu Mertsina, the growth of foreign trade volumes has stopped and the increase in the revenue of foreign trade is the result of price increase, reports LETA/BNS.


In June, foreign trade turnover in Latvia rose by 19.2%

In June, foreign trade turnover in Latvia rose by 19.2%

09.08.2017

Provisional data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in June 2017 Latvian foreign trade turnover amounted to EUR 2.15 bln, which at current prices was 19.2% more than in June 2016, of which the exports and imports values of goods were 12.2% and 25.1% higher, respectively.

Exports and imports increased by 7-8% in Estonia in Q2

Exports and imports increased by 7-8% in Estonia in Q2

09.08.2017

According to Statistics Estonia, in June 2017, the exports of goods increased by 11% and imports by 6% compared to June 2016. In the second quarter, compared to the 2nd quarter of the previous year, exports grew by 8% and imports by 7%.


03.08.2017

Mertsina: euro becoming stronger has small impact on Estonian economy

According to Swedbank's chief economist Tonu Mertsina, the euro becoming stronger does not have a strong impact on Estonia's foreign trade and the economy, writes LETA/BNS.

28.07.2017

Comparison of the Baltic States' exports

Business representatives often perceive the Baltic States as a single economic area: all three Baltic States are similar in terms of their geographic location, weather conditions and history; moreover, they are all open economies. Due to several factors, however, the structure and performance of exports vary across the Baltic States quite considerably.

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