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Friday, 06.12.2013, 23:20
After the submission, the Seimas of Lithuania approved the draft budget for 2014 of the National Health Insurance Fund under the Ministry of Health (NHIF), informs LETA/ELTA.
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On Thursday, Lithuania's Seimas approved of the improved draft budget of the State Social Insurance Fund Board (SoDra) for 2014, informs LETA/ELTA.
BTA Insurance Company SE (BTA) collected EUR 122.8 million (LVL 86.3 million) in insurance premiums in January-September 2013, EUR 12.2 million (LVL 8.6 million) or 11.1% more than in the respective period in 2012, reports LETA/Nozare.lv.
Today, the Cabinet approved the improved 2014 budget of the State Social Insurance Fund Board (SoDra). The project of the budget will be submitted to the Seimas, informs LETA/ELTA.
Non-life insurance company BTA is currently holding the second position in the Lithuanian non-life insurance market (14.4%). During January-September of 2013 pre-tax profits of the company increased by 48% compared to that in the corresponding period of 2012, reports LETA/ELTA.
The government of Latvia yesterday approved a new law on healthcare funding, which stipulates introducing mandatory healthcare insurance and linking up healthcare services with residents' personal income tax payments, reports LETA.
The ability of Estonian people to cope when their economic situation unexpectedly deteriorates is very vulnerable and although people are more aware of the risks, many lack a plan how to protect themselves against the risks, Postimees Online cites a study commissioned by Swedbank and conducted by Norstat, informs LETA.