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Estonian entrepreneurs demand from a new government a decisive state reform

Estonian entrepreneurs demand from a new government a decisive state reform

05.03.2015

Estonian business associations and trade unions said in a joint address on Thursday that the main task for the next government period should be significant improvement in effectiveness and updating the functioning of the state, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

Keyword tags: Business, Education and Science, Estonia, Legislation, Markets and Companies



EUR 5.3 mln to be invested in creation of new bio-pharmaceutical center in Riga

EUR 5.3 mln to be invested in creation of new bio-pharmaceutical center in Riga

05.03.2015

EUR 5.3 million will be invested in the creation of the Baltic region's most modern bio-pharmaceutical center in Riga, LETA was informed by the Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis.

Baltic Aviation Academy: flexibility doubles the students

Baltic Aviation Academy: flexibility doubles the students

03.03.2015

Baltic Aviation Academy, European standard training centre, doubled student number during the 2014. In comparison to 2013 student number for type rating training increased by 117%, making it go over 2000 in 2014, reports BC Academy’s press service.


635 strikes took place in Lithuania in 15 years

635 strikes took place in Lithuania in 15 years

27.02.2015

78 strikes were organised in Lithuania in November and December 2014. 45 of them were warning strikes. Based on the data of Statistics Lithuania, strikes were staged by pre-school, primary, secondary, sports, recreational and cultural education establishments, informs LETA/ELTA.

The fair “School 2015” opened in Riga

The fair “School 2015” opened in Riga

27.02.2015

Do you want to become an engineer, an architect, a journalist, a doctor, a beauty specialist or pursue a different career, but you still haven’t decided where to study? Then you really need to come to the fair “Skola 2015” (“School 2015”), which will take place from 27 February to 1 March at the Kipsala International Exhibition Centre in Riga where, in an active and creative environment, you will be offered diverse information on study opportunities in Latvia and abroad and will be assisted in choosing the most appropriate path of education.

27.02.2015

Challenges to Lithuania's economy: ageing society and lack of investment in research

The European Commission (EC) has presented analyses of economic challenges to individual member-states. Specific recommendations to individual countries to be issued in May 2015 and will be based on these reports, informs LETA/ELTA.

26.02.2015

Population with higher level of education focus in densely populated areas in Latvia

Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia (CSB) has published grid maps which depict share of resident population of Latvia with higher education, as well as education index, according to the data of Population Census 2011.

25.02.2015

Inara Vilkaste will give a joy to the inmates of boarding-school at the exhibition “Book 2015” in Riga

Book exhibition “Grāmata-2015” will become a festal occasion not only to Latvian bibliophiles, but also to children who are deprived of parental care and native home. Business-woman and public figure Inara Vilkaste invited inmates of Riga boarding-school disabled kids to attend the book exhibition On Friday, February 27. Entrepreneur is cooperating with this school for many years already; earlier the kids were pleased the most by the drawing contest. Now the possibility to take kids to the fascinating journey to the world of books was created.

24.02.2015

Straujuma tells Ukrainian students in Riga her feelings about Ukraine

During her visit at the Riga Ukrainian School yesterday, Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (Unity) told the students her impressions following her visit to Ukraine last weekend, the State Chancellery informed LETA.

23.02.2015

EUR 3.5 mln lost in skolas.lv project

The Education and Science Ministry has decided to halt the maintenance of the "skolas.lv" school portal, which means that the EUR 3.5 million invested in the development and maintenance of the portal so far have been lost, furthermore, these funds will not be covered by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), according to the ministry's reply to MP Regina Locmele-Lunova (Harmony).

23.02.2015

Latvian Language Center fined 423 persons in 2014 for insufficient use of state language on the job

In 2014, the State Language Center/SLC wrote up citations for insufficient use of the Latvian language while on the job to 423 people in 2014, but this is the smallest total registered in 10 years, informs LETA.

19.02.2015

Unemployment rate in Latvia decreases to 10.8% in 2014

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in 2014 unemployment rate (the number of unemployed persons in the total number of economically active population) accounted for 10.8%, which is 1.1 percentage point less than in 2013. 107.6 thsd persons aged 15 to 74 years were unemployed, which is 12.8 thsd or 10.6% less than in 2013.

18.02.2015

New book entitled “Environment, Pollution, Development: The Case of Uzbekistan” presented in Riga

On 17 February, in the Senate Hall of the University of Latvia, the Latvian Foreign Ministry’s State Secretary, Andrejs Pildegovics, delivered a speech on the occasion of the presentation of a new book entitled “Environment, Pollution, Development: The Case of Uzbekistan”, reports BC the Latvian MFA.

18.02.2015

Shadow Day took place at Venspils nafta terminals

SIA Venspils nafta terminals (VNT), which is one of the largest and most technologically advanced oil and petroleum products transshipment company in the Baltic States, took part in the Shadow Day, welcoming five students from Ventspils and the Kurzeme region. Four students were from Ventspils and Ugāle – two from each city, and one was from Druva, reports BC company’s press service.

17.02.2015

ESTCube-1 sends its last words: "Long live Estonia!"

On Tuesday, the mission of the first Estonian student satellite ESTCube-1, which circled the Earth's orbit for almost two years, ended; project manager Mart Noorma says that they are now working in the name of ESTCube-2, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

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