RIGA - Most high school graduates in Latvia are unprepared for studying engineering and industrial technology sciences at universities; importantly, if there are no qualified engineers, the country will be unable to create products with high value-added, the director of the Association of Mechanical Engineering and Metalworking Industries of Latvia, Vilnis Rantins, said in an interview with the business portal Nozare.lv.“Currently production costs and salaries are very high. Now, the highest interest [among manufacturers] is in automated manufacturing, since people make up the...
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