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Care facilities for elderly people in Latvia in the context of future globalisation, demography, migration and human resources16.01.2019
In this studyproblems, risks and challenges are pointed out facing long-term social care in relation to demographic and migration trends, with an additional focus on long-term social care services for elderly people. The author has carried out analysis of statistical data, national planning documents, reports and reviews. Domestic and foreign researches in fields related to the specific nature of the study are analysed, as well as conclusions on potential gaps and proposals to address them are made.
Keyword tags: Analytics, Demography, Direct Speech, Economic History, Education and Science, Latvia
The ports of the Baltic Sea are an important gateway to economically successful regions, as well as a gateway of trade between East and West. In Latvia, Estonia, and Finland, the political, cultural, and intellectual elites have concentrated in Riga, Tallinn, and Helsinki. Meanwhile, the only seaport of Lithuania, Klaipėda, is not the capital city of the state.
Negative memories of forced migration during the Soviet occupation hold back a discussion how to fill predicted 35,000 labour gap.
At the Rietumu Bank Gallery, a unique exhibition of antique bicycles and mopeds, produced in Latvia since the late 1920s, has been opened.
On 3 March, the first day of the traditional Kaziukas’ Fair in Vilnius, the Bank of Lithuania will issue into circulation collector coins dedicated to the Fair. Both coins will have the same design, but different denominations: a €1.5 coin from copper and nickel alloy (mintage – 25,000 pcs), and a €5 coloured silver coin (mintage – 2,000 pcs). The €1.5will be sold for €2 at Kaziukas’ Fair, the Bank of Lithuania announced.
he investment holding Infortar, majority owner of the listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp, was prepared to pay 80 mln Estonian kroons or approximately 5.4 mln euros in 2007 for the plot of the recently opened Arsenal shopping center in Tallinn which was sold for 1.5 mln euros five years later, Eesti Paevaleht writes.
The long-time and controversial CEO of the Freeport of Riga Leonids Loginovs, whose name has been mentioned in various scandals over the years, has stepped down, Mareks Gailitis, the advisor the port's board chairman Andris Ameriks, informed LETA today.