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All beauty salons in Latvia to be closed from Monday

All beauty salons in Latvia to be closed from Monday

17.12.2020

All beauty salons in Latvia will be closed from December 21 to January 11, the government decided on Thursday, report LETA.

Keyword tags: Covid-19, Crisis, EU – Baltic States, Latvia, Markets and Companies



Coronavirus crisis has slashed EUR 3.5 bln off Estonian companies' revenues

Coronavirus crisis has slashed EUR 3.5 bln off Estonian companies' revenues

08.12.2020

The first wave of coronavirus cut the aggregate turnover of Estonian businesses by 3.5 billion euros, it appears from a report of the Foresight Center detailing the impacts of the virus crisis on the Estonian economy and exploring potential scenarios for the period until 2030, informs LETA/BNS.

Linkaits proposes changing formula used by CDC to ban passenger traffic to countries with high Covid-19 prevalence

Linkaits proposes changing formula used by CDC to ban passenger traffic to countries with high Covid-19 prevalence

07.12.2020

Transport Minister Talis Linkaits (New Conservative Party) took to Twitter on Friday to criticize the formula used by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) to determine the countries to which passenger traffic has to banned due to high Covid-19 prevalence, writes LETA.


What can and cannot be bought on weekends in Latvia

What can and cannot be bought on weekends in Latvia

04.12.2020

Government decided Tuesday that the range of products that can be purchased on weekends would be limited. This caused confusion and a number of misunderstandings in the society, so Economics Ministry clarified the issue December 3 at a press conference, writes eng.lsm.lv.

airBaltic has submitted a solution to the Ministry of Transport to recover the state investment in the airline

airBaltic has submitted a solution to the Ministry of Transport to recover the state investment in the airline

27.11.2020

The Latvian national airline airBaltic has submitted to the Ministry of Transport a solution to recover the EUR 250 mln the state invested in the company's share capital this summer, airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss confirmed in an interview with LETA, adding that the proposal envisages selling the airline's shares on the stock exchange.


19.11.2020

Estonia's Tallink receives EUR 90 million guarantee for additional loan from Finnish government

The government of Finland on Thursday approved a state guarantee of up to 90 mln euros for a 100-mln-euro loan to Tallink Silja Oy, a subsidiary of the listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp, writes LETA/BNS.

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