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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 22.11.2019, 18:29

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Lithuania's industrial output up 4% in EUR 19.4b

Lithuania's industrial output up 4% in EUR 19.4b

22.11.2019

Lithuania's industrial production and sales rose 4%, at constant prices, in January through October, 2019, from a year ago, to reach 19.4 bn euros, the country's statistics service, Statistics Lithuania, said.

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Latvia: The manufacturing sector is facing a period of challenges

Latvia: The manufacturing sector is facing a period of challenges

21.11.2019

The weakening external demand continues to weigh on the performance of manufacturing, with the fight for export markets becoming increasingly fiercer and the rise in domestic demand also slowing down.

Estonia: Average gross hourly earnings continue to increase

Estonia: Average gross hourly earnings continue to increase

21.11.2019

According to preliminary data of Statistics Estonia, in 2018, managers had the highest gross hourly earnings, while elementary occupations workers had the lowest.


New impetus into the EU-wide “business code”: French initiative

New impetus into the EU-wide “business code”: French initiative

20.11.2019

Ideas of a unified “business code” accepted by all the EU entrepreneurs have been discussed for decades. The ideas are becoming more urgent due to an active harmonization of the EU states’ economic activities. The advantages of the “code” are quite apparent though the legal practitioners need a strong political will.

Real estate market still active in Baltics - CBRE

Real estate market still active in Baltics - CBRE

20.11.2019

The Baltic real estate market is still active thanks to developers' modern projects, expansion of global companies and successful exports, real estate firm CBRE informed LETA.


20.11.2019

Estonia: Producer price index affected the most by wood manufacturing

According to Statistics Estonia, in October, the producer price index of industrial output fell by 0.4% compared to September and by 1.7% compared to October 2018.

19.11.2019

Latvian exports of wooden furniture down 6.6% in 9 months

During the first nine months of this year, Latvian exports of wooden furniture fell 6.6% from the same period a year ago, with most of the Latvian-made furniture sold in Denmark, according to information released by the Agriculture Ministry writes LETA.

19.11.2019

Foreign Direct Investment and Business Development

Report of the Session “The Investment Environment of Business Development: The Key Issues Faced by Foreign Investors” at the III International Economic Forum, Riga, Latvia, 1 November, 2019.

16.11.2019

As economy cools down, labor market is still heated - Swedbank

Even though the economy is slowing down, the unemployment level keeps declining, said Swedbank senior economist Agnese Buceniece.

15.11.2019

Latvian unemployment rate fell by 6.0% in Q3 2019

Results of the Labour Force Survey conducted by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that Latvian unemployment rate constituted 6.0 % in the 3rd quarter of 2019. Compared to the previous quarter, unemployment rate fell by 0.4 percentage points, while over the year it reduced by 1.0 percentage points.

15.11.2019

Estonia: Lowest unemployment rate of the century in the 3rd quarter

According to Statistics Estonia, in the 3rd quarter, the unemployment rate was 3.9%, the labour force participation rate was 71.9% and the employment rate was 69%. The estimated number of employed persons was 677,300, which is 10,700 more than in the same quarter of the previous year. The number of long-term unemployed also declined.

15.11.2019

Study: Continuation of Tallinn's segregation would have ravaging effect on economy

It appears from a Europe-wide study that Tallinn is the fastest segregating capital in Europe and the continuation of segregation at the same pace would lead to the splitting of the population of Tallinn and have a devastating effect on the economy already in a few decades, reported LETA/BNS.

15.11.2019

Employed population of Latvia constituted 65.6 % in Q3 2019

Results of the Labour Force Survey conducted by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that 917.8 thousand people or 65.6% of the population of Latvia aged 15–74 were employed in the 3rd quarter of 2019. Over the year, employment rate grew by 0.3 percentage points, and number of employed persons fell by 2.3 thousand. During the period, population declined faster than the number of employed persons.

15.11.2019

Latvia: Upturn in the number of tourists from the neighbouring countries in Q3 2019

Latest data compiled by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that 1.03 million foreign and Latvian visitors stayed at Latvian tourist accommodation establishments in the 3rd quarter of 2019, which is 0.5% more than in the 3rd quarter of 2018.

15.11.2019

Share of long-term unemployed in total unemployed population down to 24.1%

At the end of September, there were 12,663 long-term unemployed people registered with the State Employment Service, which is 24.1% of Latvia's total unemployed population, according to the data released by the State Employment Service writes LETA.

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