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Wednesday, 11.12.2013, 09:30
Long waiting lines for surgery, and high expenses at Finland-based private medical establishments force Finns to get cure at Estonia's clinics, LETA/YLE reports.
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Estonian Supreme Court declares foundation restrictions of pharmacies contradicting the Constitution09.12.2013
The Estonian Supreme Court declared with its Monday decision the provisions of the pharmaceuticals law, that restrict founding pharmacies, as contradicting the Constitution and thus null and void, a decision that is greatly protested against by the Estonian pharmacists unions, informs LETA.
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.
Pabedinskiene: it’s important that good health and safety standards are not seen as constraints in EU05.12.2013
The Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER I) approved by the Lithuanian EU Council Presidency, the European Parliament and the Commission informally agreed text on updating references and terminology of five EU Directives to bring them into line with the applicable EU chemical classification and labelling legislation, informs LETA/ELTA, referring to the official Lithuanian Presidency eu2013.lt.
Today, the government made the final decision on compensations to the families of Zolitude disaster victims, informs LETA.
Nine persons are still convalescing in various hospitals on Monday following the roof collapse on shoppers and salespersons in the Zolitude "Maxima XX" in Riga November 21st, informs LETA.
Pharmaceuticals manufacturer Olainfarm turned over LVL 37.7 million in the first nine months of 2013, 7% more than in the same period in 2012, according to the company's non-audited profit and loss statement submitted to NASDAQ OMX Riga, informs LETA.