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Covid-19 crisis has created preconditions for transport industry to exit the crisis much stronger in Latvia

Covid-19 crisis has created preconditions for transport industry to exit the crisis much stronger in Latvia

21.09.2020

The Covid-19 crisis has had a serious impact on the transport industry, but it has also revealed opportunities to improve the industry's efficiency and created preconditions for the industry to exit the crisis much stronger, Transport Minister Talis Linkaits (New Conservative Party) said at European transport ministers' virtual conference today, informs LETA.

Keyword tags: Covid-19, EU – Baltic States, Forum, Latvia, Railways, Transport



Re:Baltica: Some of Yanukovich's plundered funds may have gone through five banks in Latvia

Re:Baltica: Some of Yanukovich's plundered funds may have gone through five banks in Latvia

21.09.2020

Ukraine’s ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, his associates and competitors might have used several Latvian banks for their illegal funds, including Aizkraukles Banka (now ABLV Bank), Baltikums Bank (now BlueOrange Bank, Baltic International Bank, now closed Trasta Komercbanka (TKB) and PrivatBank, said Re:Baltica investigative journalism center, citing FinCEN Files, LETA informed.

Latvia: coalition reaches agreement on 2021 budget and main principles of tax reform

Latvia: coalition reaches agreement on 2021 budget and main principles of tax reform

21.09.2020

After lengthy discussions, the ruling coalition parties today reached agreement on the 2021 state budget and the main principles of the pending tax reform, writes LETA.


Recipients of unreported wages in Latvia receive by EUR 400 less in sick benefits

Recipients of unreported wages in Latvia receive by EUR 400 less in sick benefits

21.09.2020

Recipients of unreported wages receive by EUR 400 less in sick benefits than those who pay all taxes, said State Revenue Service general director Ieva Jaunzeme in an interview with the Latvian public radio, cites LETA.

Unemployment rate down to 8% in Latvia in mid-September

Unemployment rate down to 8% in Latvia in mid-September

21.09.2020

By the middle of September, unemployment rate in Latvia has declined to 8%, said State Employment Agency director Evita Simsone in an interview with the Latvian public television today, cites LETA.


21.09.2020

Latvian railway company will need state support until 2025

Latvijas Dzelzcels (LDz) railway company will need financial support from the state until 2025, said LDz board chairman Maris Kleinbergs in an interview with LETA.

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