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Friday, 03.04.2020, 04:45
Last year, Riga International Airport was the third fastest-growing airport in European capital cities, the airport's representatives informed LETA, citing a report by Airport Council International (ACI) on airports' performance in 2019.
International credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has upgraded Lithuania's long-term borrowing rating from A to A+ with a stable outlook, informed LETA/BNS.
Lithuania went up three notches to the 35th position among 180 countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index last year after the country scored 60 out of 100 points, Transparency International said on Thursday.
The skills of Estonian students rank 1st in Europe according to the OECD’s international survey PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment). Estonian students rank first in all three domains of assessment. The share of top performers has increased while the share of students performing below the baseline level has decreased. The results indicate that the level of education provided by basic school is not dependent on the socio-economic background of a student, informed Ministry of education and research.
Japanese ratings agency R&I has raised Latvia's credit rating, citing the country's strong economic growth. The agency has upped its rating on Latvia from A- to A, with the outlook Stable, referred LETA.
DBRS Ratings Limited (DBRS Morningstar) confirmed the Republic of Latvia's Long-Term Foreign and Local Currency – Issuer Ratings at A (low). At the same time, DBRS Morningstar confirmed the Republic of Latvia's Short-Term Foreign and Local Currency – Issuer Ratings at R-1 (low). The trends on all ratings are Positive.
Lithuania has gone up by eight notches to 28th position among 63 countries in the IMD World Talent Ranking, the Ministry of Economy and Innovation said on Tuesday.