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Tuesday, 24.01.2017, 17:18
The government today supported the appointment of the University of Latvia Vice Rector Janis Ikstens as acting rector at the Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL).
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Developing stronger and stable capital markets in the EU and the member states is crucial for the European development. CMU gives businesses access to alternative, more diverse sources of funding. The Commission suggests new CMU’s review, which will assess the optimal ways for free capital movements across borders. Besides, it will increase the European companies’ competitive and investment opportunities.
Starting from April 3, 2016, consumers of natural gas will be able to freely select natural gas supplier, the Latvian Economics Ministry reported LETA.
The Estonian government on Thursday approved a regulation which will make it easier to employ seasonal workers outside of Estonia, including by lowering the minimum pay requirement for seasonal workers from third countries and increasing the maximum period of time for working in Estonia, reports LETA/BNS.
Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite on Monday vetoed amendments to the Civil Code on insulting public figures, informes LETA/BNS.
The Saeima budget and financial (taxation) committee today supported amendments to the microenterprise tax law, providing that the microenterprise tax rate will be raised to 15%, while for companies with an annual turnover below EUR 7,000 the tax rate will be 12% next year.
Saeima today approved in principle several bills that stipulate increasing microenterprise tax rate to 15% next year and scrapping minimum social contributions, writes LETA.