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In Q2, GDP in Lithuania grew by 3.1%

In Q2, GDP in Lithuania grew by 3.1%

01.09.2014

Statistics Lithuania informs that, based on more comprehensive business, tax and price statistics, in II quarter 2014, GDP at current prices amounted to LTL 31 315 million (EUR 9 069.5 million). Compared to the same period in 2013, real GDP growth, seasonally and working day adjusted, stood at 3.1%, compared to I quarter 2014 – 0.8% (compared to the same period in 2013, seasonally and working day unadjusted, GDP increased by 3.3%, compared to I quarter 2014, increased by 8.4%).

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FinMin downgraded Estonia’s economic growth outlook for 2014-2015

FinMin downgraded Estonia’s economic growth outlook for 2014-2015

01.09.2014

Ministry of Finance compiled a new economic growth outlook for Estonia, according to which in 2014 the growth would reach 0.5% and in 2015 2.5%, writes LETA/Delfi.ee.

Ministry projects Estonia’s economic growth to reach 2.5% in 2015

Ministry projects Estonia’s economic growth to reach 2.5% in 2015

28.08.2014

The still-to-be-published autumn economic outlook compiled by Estonian Ministry of Finance predicts that 2014 year’s economic growth will be 0.5% and next year 2.5%, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.


SEB maintained Estonia’s GDP growth outlook, Swedbank downgraded

SEB maintained Estonia’s GDP growth outlook, Swedbank downgraded

27.08.2014

According to a new economic outlook for the Nordic countries and Estonia compiled by SEB, Estonia’s GDP will grow by 0.5% in 2014, writes LETA/Postimees Online. Swedbank downgraded the growth outlook to 0.8%.

Swedbank cuts Latvia's economic growth forecast to 2.5% in 2014

Swedbank cuts Latvia's economic growth forecast to 2.5% in 2014

26.08.2014

Swedbank has cut Latvia's economic growth forecast to 2.5% in 2014, reports LETA/Nozare.lv.

22.08.2014

Europe may lose EUR 5 bln per year because of Russian sanctions

Based on calculations carried out by financial institution of Dutch origin ING Group, restrictions imposed by Russia on 7 August on food products imported from the European Union may cost the EU USD 6.7 billion (EUR 5.0 billion) per year, writes LETA/ELTA, referring to the website RBC Daily.

18.08.2014

GDP would suffer 10% reduction if Russia terminated all agreements with Latvia

If Russia decided to terminate all of its agreements with Latvia, including on energy supply, Latvia's gross domestic product would suffer a 10% reduction, Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (Unity) said in an interview with Latvian State Radio today, cites LETA.

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