Latvia lagging on key reforms
RIGA - Though Latvia’s growth remains strong and the macroeconomic situation is good, the slow pace of some important reforms lead to some concerns, the head of the European Commission and European Central Bank’s post-program monitoring mission head Christian Weise said after a meeting with Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma on April 10, reports LETA.
“The macroeconomic situation in Latvia is good, and we are happy that Latvia has made the first repayment in time. We are ...
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