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On September 16, 2017, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Riga and the National Museum of the Czech Republic will open the exhibition "Jo...

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77% of Latvians want employers to include wage in job ads

RIGA - Most respondents of 77 percent believe that inclusion of the amount of the wage in job ads should be made mandatory in Latvia, accor...

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Four Latvian companies on the list of 500 biggest companies in Central and Eastern Europe

RIGA – Four Latvian companies have been listed among the TOP 500 Central and Eastern European enterprises by the International credit risk...

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Vejonis' proposal to stop registering newborns as non-citizens to be rejected because of National Alliance's objections

RIGA - The government coalition will not back President Raimonds Vejonis’ proposal to stop registering children born in Latvia a...

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Latvians’ trust in army lowest among Baltic states

RIGA – In spring 2017, 67 percent of Latvian residents trusted the National Armed Forces, which was the lowest indicator among the Baltic ...

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Latvians feel more economically protected than their Baltic neighbors

RIGA - People in Latvia feel more economically protected compared to the population in Lithuania and Estonia, according to the Ergo Security Ind...

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It's time to put an end to assigning non-citizen status

RIGA - It’s time to cease assigning non-citizen status in Latvia, President Raimonds Vejonis said as he opened a debate on the legal ...

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Majority of non-citizens support granting citizenship to non-citizen newborns in Latvia

RIGA – 71 percent of surveyed Latvian non-citizens fully support the idea that Latvian citizenship should be automatically granted to chil...

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Coalition partners close to compromise on 2018 budget

RIGA - Partners in Latvia’s government coalition have almost reached a deal on next year’s budget, Prime Minister Maris Kucinsk...

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Nordea expects Latvia to be fastest-growing Baltic economy in 2017

VILNIUS - Nordea, the biggest financial group in the Nordic and Baltic countries, forecasts that Lithuania's GDP growth will reach 3.8 ...

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