Law and Regulations

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 29.05.2017, 03:03

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E-residents can now open bank account without visiting Estonia

E-residents can now open bank account without visiting Estonia

26.05.2017

The Estonian e-residency program has launched a partnership with the Finnish financial technology company Holvi as a result of which e-residents of Estonia can set up a business and open a business current account over the internet.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Good for Business, Internet, Law and Regulations, Markets and Companies



Saeima approves harsher state language requirements for foreigners who buy farmland in Latvia

Saeima approves harsher state language requirements for foreigners who buy farmland in Latvia

19.05.2017

Saeima today passed a new law that stipulates harsher state language requirements for foreigners who buy farmland in Latvia, informed LETA.

Saeima votes to ban circus shows featuring wild animals

Saeima votes to ban circus shows featuring wild animals

11.05.2017

Lawmakers during today's Saeima sitting voted to ban circus shows featuring wild animals, scrapping an earlier decision taken by the Saeima committee responsible for the bill, reports LETA/BNS.


Government lifts requirement to keep domestic birds indoors

Government lifts requirement to keep domestic birds indoors

03.05.2017

The government today passed amendments to biosafety regulations, lifting the requirement to keep all domestic birds indoors to protect them from avian flu, governmental spokespeople informed LETA.

Idea about 30% increase of gambling tax may force industry to optimize its business

Idea about 30% increase of gambling tax may force industry to optimize its business

12.04.2017

The Finance Ministry's suggestion to increase gambling tax by 30 percent and to return to the practice of levying personal income tax on winnings may make the industry players to take measures to optimize their business and revenue to the central government and local government budgets will decrease,Janis Andzans, a representative of the Latvian Association of Gaming Business saud LETA.


23.03.2017

Saeima passes National Security Law amendments

Saeima passed amendments to the National Security Law in the final reading today to ensure government control over the sale of enterprises essential for Latvia's national security, reports LETA/BNS.

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