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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 27.07.2016, 12:35

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Subsidies to increase for 88% Latvian local governments as a result of teacher salary reform

Subsidies to increase for 88% Latvian local governments as a result of teacher salary reform

29.06.2016

As a result of reforming the teacher remuneration system, the earmarked subsidy for teachers' salaries will increase for about 88% of local governments in Latvia, informs LETA.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, Financial Services, Latvia, Legislation, Wages



Lithuania mulls requiring foreign business founders to pay 2 times average wage

Lithuania mulls requiring foreign business founders to pay 2 times average wage

28.06.2016

The Seimas committee in Lithuania ia proposes to introduce the requirement for foreigners setting up businesses in Lithuania to pay their employees at least two times the country's average monthly salary, informs LETA/BNS.

Statistics Lithuania presents a publication Lithuania in Figures 2016

Statistics Lithuania presents a publication Lithuania in Figures 2016

22.06.2016

Statistics Lithuania presents a statistical publication Lithuania in Figures 2016. The bilingual (in Lithuanian and English) publication presents information on the economic and social development in Lithuania. Statistical information about the population, education, culture, health care, labour, industry, agriculture, construction, trade, transport, national accounts, etc. is presented in the tables, graphs and diagrams of the publication.


Estonians expect salaries to raise 3.8% by October

Estonians expect salaries to raise 3.8% by October

20.06.2016

According to the results of a survey carried out by the Salary Information Agency, Estonian companies' employees are forecasting a 3.8-% rise in salaries by October, which means that the median net salary is to increase to 830 euros, reports LETA/BNS.

Housing affordability in Riga still the highest among the Baltic capitals in Q1

Housing affordability in Riga still the highest among the Baltic capitals in Q1

14.06.2016

In the first quarter of 2016, housing affordability in Riga’s standard-design apartments decreased by 1.5 square meters to 52 square meters from the previous quarter due to seasonal changes and a further rise in apartment prices, LETA was told at SEB Banka.


13.06.2016

Teacher salary averages EUR 1,135 in Estonia

In the first four months of the year 2016, the average monthly salary of teachers of municipal schools in Estonia was 1,135 euros, which marks a year-on-year rise of 6.3%, informs LETA/BNS.

10.06.2016

Housing affordability increased in all Baltic capitals in Q1

Housing affordability in the first quarter of the year 2016 in Riga has considerably improved and still was the highest one among Baltic capitals, according to the latest Swedbank Baltic Housing Affordability Index (HAI). In Tallinn and Vilnius HAI also increased, writes LETA.

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