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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 28.07.2014, 21:27

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There is no middle class in Lithuania

There is no middle class in Lithuania

18.07.2014

The State Social Insurance Fund Board (SoDra) announced the figures of insured income in Lithuania. The report has revealed that essentially there is no middle class in Lithuania, reports LETA/LETA, referring to Lithuania.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Financial Services, Lithuania, Society, Wages



Lithuanian Seimas Speaker: minimum salary may be increased in Q4

Lithuanian Seimas Speaker: minimum salary may be increased in Q4

16.07.2014

Parliament Speaker in Lithuania Loreta Grauziniene claims that the minimum salary may be increased in the fourth quarter of 2014 already, reports LETA/ELTA.

Lithuanian PM promises to increase pensions, benefits, salaries from 2015

Lithuanian PM promises to increase pensions, benefits, salaries from 2015

16.07.2014

Lithuania’s Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius introduced to Parliament primary tasks of the Cabinet. He promised that pensions, social benefits and public sector salaries will be increased starting the year 2015, informs LETA/ELTA.


Straujuma: ministers’ salaries have to be adequate compared to other EU countries

Straujuma: ministers’ salaries have to be adequate compared to other EU countries

16.07.2014

The issue concerning ministers' salaries needs to be solved sooner or later, Latvian Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (Unity) told member of the press yesterday, cites LETA.

Estonian Tax Board inspects hundreds companies over the staff registration

Estonian Tax Board inspects hundreds companies over the staff registration

15.07.2014

The Estonian Tax and Customs Board announced on Monday that it will inspect 250 companies this week to check how companies comply with the new regulations of registering all employees in the new working registry, Äripäev.ee/LETA reports.

14.07.2014

Air traffic controllers earn highest salaries in Lithuania

According to the data presented by insurance companies, most Lithuanians work as salespersons, while air traffic controllers earn the highest salaries, reports LETA/ELTA.

09.07.2014

About a quarter workers in Baltics receive "under-the-table" salaries

One-fourth or 25% of employees in Latvia receive partly unofficial or "under-the-table" salaries, a study carried out by Cvmarket.lv indicates, cites LETA/Nozare.lv.

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