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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Sunday, 19.01.2020, 02:39

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EU’s “green deal”: investment and financial facilities for the states

EU’s “green deal”: investment and financial facilities for the states

17.01.2020

The “green transition” imposes numerous constraints for the EU states. Among other things, there are the EU institutions and the member states’ efforts to deliver on the European idea of the global first climate-neutral bloc by 2050. These efforts are facing numerous challenges, including complex financial issues. The EU multi-annual budget as well as the member states’ involvement shall provide adequate assistance…

Keyword tags: Analytics, Energy, EU – Baltic States, Financial Services, Investments, Modern EU



Estonia: Immigration has been driving population growth for five years

Estonia: Immigration has been driving population growth for five years

17.01.2020

According to Statistics Estonia, the preliminary estimate of the population of Estonia as at 1 January 2020 was 1,328,360, which is 3,540 persons more than at the same time a year ago.

Aggregate value of mergers and acquisitions in Baltic states reached EUR 1 bn

Aggregate value of mergers and acquisitions in Baltic states reached EUR 1 bn

17.01.2020

The aggregate value of merger and acquisitions in the Baltic states last year reached EUR 1 bn, LETA learned from mergers and acquisitions consultancy Oaklin.


Latvia: Decline in population at risk of poverty

Latvia: Decline in population at risk of poverty

16.01.2020

Data of the survey conducted by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) in 2019 show that 434 thousand persons or 22.9% of the population of Latvia were at risk of poverty1 in 2018 – 0.4 percentage points less than in 2017. Disposable income2 of this share of population was below the at-risk-of-poverty threshold.

Estonia: Companies are borrowing from other sources alongside banks

Estonia: Companies are borrowing from other sources alongside banks

16.01.2020

Corporate debt grew faster last year, at a rate that reached around 6% at the end of the third quarter. Estonian companies again borrowed mostly from banks operating in Estonia, but they also used other sources of loans more than they did last year. Household debt grew fast because the labour market remained favourable and supported strong demand for loans.


16.01.2020

Birthrate in Latvia drops to lowest level in decades - demographer

Last year the birthrate in Latvia continued to decline, dropping to the lowest level in decades, demographer Ilmars Mezs told LETA.

16.01.2020

Latvia: FDI in share capitals of companies continue declining in 2019

Foreigners have invests EUR 7.03 bn in share capital of Latvian-registered companies at the end of 2019, which is by EUR 125.42 mln less than at the end of 2018, according to Lursoft business database writes LETA.

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