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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 16.10.2018, 03:31

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Latvian insurers raise premiums 17.9% in H1

Latvian insurers raise premiums 17.9% in H1

02.10.2018

The gross premiums written by Latvian insurance companies and the Latvian branches of foreign insurance companies in the first six months of 2018 rose by 17.9% against the same period in 2017, while the claims paid by the insurers grew 11.7%, according to the data released by the financial regulator, the Financial and Capital Market Commission informed LETA.

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Latvian insurance companies' profit at EUR 7.229 mln in H1

Latvian insurance companies' profit at EUR 7.229 mln in H1

01.10.2018

Latvia's insurance companies earned a total of EUR 7.229 mln in January-June, which is 21.7% less than in the first half of 2017, according to the Finance and Capital Market Commission's data.

Competition Council finds systemic problems in distribution of reimbursed medicines in Latvia

Competition Council finds systemic problems in distribution of reimbursed medicines in Latvia

28.09.2018

The Competition Council of Latvia has concluded after analyzing distribution of reimbursed medicines in Latvia that there are systemic problems on the market of reimbursed medicines that impact their availability to residents, informs LETA referring to the council's representative.


Latvian insurance companies' premiums increase 18% in H1

Latvian insurance companies' premiums increase 18% in H1

26.09.2018

Latvian risk and life insurance companies racked up EUR 258 mln in premiums in January-June this year, which is 18% more than in the same period last year, the Financial and Capital Market Commission's representative Dina Mikelsone told Saeima Public Expenditure and Audit Committee today.

Share of traffic accidents caused by drivers of uninsured vehicles increases in Riga in 2017

Share of traffic accidents caused by drivers of uninsured vehicles increases in Riga in 2017

25.09.2018

The share of traffic accidents caused by drivers of uninsured automobiles increased in Riga last year, the Motor Insurers' Bureau of Latvia told LETA.


18.09.2018

Up to 120,000 people without health insurance in Estonia

Up to 120,000 working-age residents of Estonia have no health insurance over the long term, says an analysis by the Praxis Center for Policy Studies which explored a switch to a universal healthcare system as one of the options available to Estonia, reported LETA/BNS.

05.09.2018

Balta non-life insurer posts 3.2 mln euros in H1 profit

Latvia’s Balta non-life insurer, which is a member of Poland’s PZU Group, closed the first half of 2018 with 3.2 mln euros profit, up 1.21 mln euros from the respective period last year, informs LETA.

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