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Tuesday, 27.01.2015, 10:21
Estonian Health Insurance Fund (EHIF) council approved the fund's 2015 budget with the total volume of 952.7 million euros; the increase compared to last year's budget is 5.1%, the fund announced, cites LETA.
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According to website vz.lt, US insurance giant AIG is going to establish 400 new jobs in Vilnius by the end of 2015. AIG customer service centre in Vilnius will provide services to foreign markets, reports LETA/ELTA.
In 2015, the non-life insurance company BTA paid around EUR 35,000 to clients of the Lithuanian bankrupt travel organiser Go Planet Travel, reports LETA/ELTA.
In the first 11 months of 2014, the State Social Insurance Fund (Sodra) collected by LTL 600,000 (EUR 174,000) more revenue than projected. Revenue reached LTL 8.98 billion (EUR 2.60 billion), reports LETA/ELTA.
All restrictions on social insurance allowances and family benefits that were adopted in 2009 could be lifted in 2015, informs LETA, referring to a report by the Welfare Ministry.
The Estonian government approved and sent to the Riigikogu a draft law that ensures health insurance for freelance creative professionals and other persons who have irregular income or persons working for several employers, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
The total amount of premiums signed by insurance companies in Latvia, increased 7% in the first three quarters of this year, reports LETA, referring to information provided by Latvian Insurers Association.