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List of coronavirus-hit businesses in Lithuania includes 32,000 enterprises

List of coronavirus-hit businesses in Lithuania includes 32,000 enterprises

20.03.2020

Lithuania's State Tax Inspectorate has published a list of 32,000 businesses directly affected by the coronavirus crisis, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Business, Crisis, Economics, Lithuania, Markets and Companies



Covid 19: Government endorses Finance Ministry's bill on measures for overcoming Covid-19 crisis

Covid 19: Government endorses Finance Ministry's bill on measures for overcoming Covid-19 crisis

19.03.2020

The Cabinet on Thursday endorsed the Finance Ministry's bill on measures for overcoming the crisis caused by the coronavirus Covid-19, which encompasses a comprehensive set of state support measures, including benefits that will be paid to employees laid off by companies. The legislation will now be reviewed by Saeima.

Estonians working in Finland can travel by ferry between Tallinn, Helsinki

Estonians working in Finland can travel by ferry between Tallinn, Helsinki

19.03.2020

The head of the emergency situation in Estonia, Juri Ratas, issued an order on Wednesday which enables employee commuting for the purpose of work for those people permanently residing in Estonia who go to Finland for work. Concurrently, the Finnish state affirmed that it will allow the employee commuting of such people, writes LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian government's business support plan: 10 key measures

Lithuanian government's business support plan: 10 key measures

16.03.2020

The Lithuanian government endorsed on Monday an unprecedented 5-billion-euro economic stimulus package to help mitigate the negative impact of the coronavirus-sparked crisis on workers and businesses, informed LETA/BNS.

PwC: Cross-border growth of Estonian cos carries risk of economic crime

PwC: Cross-border growth of Estonian cos carries risk of economic crime

04.03.2020

The bigger Estonian businesses get and the more they grow over the border, the greater the risk of economic crime, both from internal as well as external parties, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Estonia leading consultant Erki Magi said based on a survey carried out by PwC, reported LETA/BNS.


20.02.2020

Micro enterprise tax should be preserved, but changes are necessary - Reirs

The micro enterprise tax regime should be preserved, but changes are necessary, said Latvian Finance Minister Janis Reirs (New Unity) in an interview with the Latvian public radio today, referred LETA.

13.02.2020

KNAB investigators raid Riga City Council's entrepreneurship board

Officers of the Corruption Prevention Bureau (KNAB) today raided the premises of Riga City Council's entrepreneurship board, LETA was told at the city hall.

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