Shadow economy

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 30.04.2016, 06:20

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Many Estonian business heads consider bribing inevitable

Many Estonian business heads consider bribing inevitable

27.04.2016

A quarter of 315 business executives surveyed in Estonia by the global consultancy Ernst & Young in 2016 find that anti-corruption measures damage their firms' competitiveness on the Estonian market, the figure is practically unchanged from last year, reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Business, Corruption, Estonia, Legislation, Markets and Companies, Shadow economy



About 70 cases of corruption, shadow economy reported to Latvian Delna annually

About 70 cases of corruption, shadow economy reported to Latvian Delna annually

11.04.2016

Delna non-governmental organization, which is the Latvian branch of Transparency International, every year receives about 70 reports from both corporate entities and individuals about cases of corruption and shadow economy, Delna’s representatives told LETA on April 11th.

In Estonia, number of corruption crimes growing since 2012

In Estonia, number of corruption crimes growing since 2012

11.04.2016

The number of registered corruption crimes in Estonia has been growing since 2012, raising from 161 cases to 459 cases in 2015, while the number of launched criminal proceedings has declined by nearly 25, informs LETA/BNS.


WorkingDay: share of employees receiving illegal wages in Latvia drops 2%

WorkingDay: share of employees receiving illegal wages in Latvia drops 2%

08.04.2016

In 2015, 6% of employees in Latvia received illegal wages, down 2% from a year ago, informs LETA, according to a poll conducted by WorkingDay Latvia recruitment portal.

Transparency International: corruption prevention measures in Latvia beyond any criticism

Transparency International: corruption prevention measures in Latvia beyond any criticism

19.02.2016

Corruption prevention measures in Latvia are extremely inefficient, which is why not only must salaries be raised for corruption prevention officers, but the entire system has to change, as Gundars Jankovs, director at Transparency International – Latvia, told LETA in commenting on Prosecutor General Eriks Kalnmeiers' statement yesterday that the authorities' measures against bribery were satisfactory.

01.02.2016

Judge: Lithuanian Labor Party's fraudulent bookkeeping did exist

The Court of Appeal of Lithuania's Judge Violeta Razinskaite says the Labor Party's fraudulent bookkeeping did exist, informs LETA/BNS.

22.12.2015

Smuggled cigarettes account for 19.6% of Lithuanian market

The market share of illegal tobacco products in Lithuania fell significantly this year as a result of lengthy and consistent anti-smuggling efforts, informs LETA/BNS, according to an empty pack survey carried out by Nielsen.

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