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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 26.07.2016, 03:39

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Latvia registers EU's 5th largest GDP budget surplus in Q1

Latvia registers EU's 5th largest GDP budget surplus in Q1

23.07.2016

In the first quarter of this year, Latvia registered the fifth largest general government budget surplus of the gross domestic product (GDP) among European Union (EU) members, the newest data of the EU statistics office Eurostat gathered on 18 member states and published on Friday shows, reports LETA.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Budget, EU – Baltic States, GDP, Statistics



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.

Aviation industry made up 2.5% Latvia's GDP in 2014

Aviation industry made up 2.5% Latvia's GDP in 2014

15.06.2016

The aviation and associated industries made up 2.5% of Latvia's GDP in 2014, or EUR 585 million, as Olegs Baranovs, Director of the Economy Ministry's National Economy Structural Policy Department, said at an aviation industry forum today, cites LETA.


Nordea lowers Estonia's growth forecast to 1.9%

Nordea lowers Estonia's growth forecast to 1.9%

15.06.2016

Nordea has cut its gross domestic product growth forecast on Estonia to 1.9% for 2016, compared with an estimate of 2% published in the spring economic forecast, informs LETA/BNS.

Bank of Lithuania slightly lowers 2017 GDP forecast

Bank of Lithuania slightly lowers 2017 GDP forecast

15.06.2016

The central Bank of Lithuania has not revised the gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast for the year 2016, however, slightly reduced the economic development forecast for 2017. According to the forecast, the country's economy will expand by 2.6% this year and by 3.3% next year, informs LETA/BNS.


10.06.2016

Estonian FinMin: improvement of external environment needed for faster growth

The economic growth of Estonia can accelerate to its potential speed first and foremost through improvement of the external environment, which requires more robust supporting of aggregate demand with macroeconomic policies because for the private sector the present demand environment remains weak and insecure, the Ministry of Finance said on June 9th, cites LETA/BNS.

09.06.2016

The economy in Estonia grew by 1.7% in Q1

According to the revised estimates of Statistics Estonia, the gross domestic product (GDP) of Estonia increased 1.7% in the 1st quarter of 2016 compared to the 1st quarter of the previous year.

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