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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 18.04.2014, 23:44

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Seimas establishes euro adoption procedures in Lithuania

Seimas establishes euro adoption procedures in Lithuania

17.04.2014

On Thursday, by adopting the Law on the Euro Adoption, as well as secondary legislation, the Parliament of Lithuania (Seimas) has established the legal basis to introduce the new currency in Lithuania, reports LETA/ELTA.

Keyword tags: EU – Baltic States, Financial Services, GDP, Legislation, Lithuania



The gross value added per person employed amounted to LTL 83 447 in 2013

The gross value added per person employed amounted to LTL 83 447 in 2013

14.04.2014

Statistics Lithuania informs that, based on provisional data, in 2013, the value added per hour actually worked in the whole economy amounted to, on average, LTL 45.32 at current prices, which is by LTL 1.96 more than in 2012. The gross value added per person employed amounted to LTL 83 447.

Eest Pank: slow economic growth has had a visible impact on the labour market

Eest Pank: slow economic growth has had a visible impact on the labour market

10.04.2014

Slow economic growth has had a visible impact on the labour market, Estonia's central bank Eesti Pank said in its fresh labour market review on Wednesday, informs LETA.


IMF predicts Latvia to have fastest economic growth in eurozone in 2014

IMF predicts Latvia to have fastest economic growth in eurozone in 2014

09.04.2014

The Latvian economy could grow 3.8% in 2014, which would be the fastest growth among all eurozone countries, the International Monetary Fund said in an upgraded forecast on Tuesday, cites LETA/AFP. The Estonian economy will grow 2.4%

Swedbank cuts Latvia's and Estonia’s economic growth forecasts for 2014

Swedbank cuts Latvia's and Estonia’s economic growth forecasts for 2014

09.04.2014

Swedbank has cut Latvia's economic growth forecast to 3% this year, as the bank's chief economist Lija Strasuna said when presenting the latest Swedbank economic review. Economic growth forecast for Estonia for this year is 1.8%, reports LETA/Nozare.lv.

02.04.2014

SEB reduces economic growth forecasts for all Baltic countries in 2014

Experts from the Swedish bank SEB, which also operates in the Baltics, have reduced economic growth forecasts for all three countries in 2014, pointing out that Estonia is expected to have the slowest growth, reports LETA.

02.04.2014

Bank of Latvia keeps economic growth forecast unchanged at 4% for 2014

The Bank of Latvia keeps the gross domestic product growth forecast for Latvia unchanged at 4%, according to the central bank's review of macroeconomic developments that was released yesterday, reports LETA.

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