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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 19.12.2017, 00:25

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Capital accumulated in government-funded pension scheme grows by EUR 13.5% in January-September

Capital accumulated in government-funded pension scheme grows by EUR 13.5% in January-September

07.12.2017

In the first nine months of 2017, the capital accumulated in the government-funded or second-pillar pension scheme in Latvia grew by EUR 372.28 million, or 13.5%, to EUR 3.136 billion at the end of September 2017, the Finance and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) said, cites LETA.

Keyword tags: Financial Services, Funds, Investments, Latvia, Pensioners



Minister: Latvian pension indexation system is fair

Minister: Latvian pension indexation system is fair

25.10.2017

Even though some people have criticized this year’s indexation of pensions that ensured a larger rise of relatively bigger pensions, Latvian Welfare Minister Janis Reirs (Unity) believes the system is fair, cites LETA.

Single elderly people poorest in Latvia

Single elderly people poorest in Latvia

02.10.2017

Single elderly people are the poorest in Latvia, writes LETA, according to the Latvian Central Statistical Bureau.


People aged over 65 years make up 19.9% Latvia's population

People aged over 65 years make up 19.9% Latvia's population

02.10.2017

At the beginning of 2017, people aged over 65 years made up 19.9% of Latvia's total population, the Central Statistical Bureau said, cites LETA.

Latvia to increase spending on old age pensions by EUR 160 mln in 2018

Latvia to increase spending on old age pensions by EUR 160 mln in 2018

19.09.2017

In 2018, expenditures earmarked in Latvia’s budget for old age pensions will grow by more than EUR 160 million, Welfare Minister Janis Reirs (Unity) told LETA.


18.09.2017

Several hundred pensioners in Riga participate in rally to stop poverty

Several hundred pensioners have gathered in Strelnieki Square in central Riga during which signatures are being collected under the petition demanding that further growth of poverty among the elderly should be stopped and health care services ensured to them.

07.09.2017

Lithuanian pensions to rise by EUR 13.5 in October

Old-age pensions in Lithuania are set to rise by 13.5 euros on average next month after the government decided on Wednesday to increase the basic pension by 10 euros to 130 euros, informs LETA/BNS.

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