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Two Estonians fined for climbing Freedom Monument in Riga

TALLINN - The Riga Municipal Police has fined two Estonian citizens for climbing the Freedom Monument in the city center. ...

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Passenger jet Riga-Moscow skids off taxiway

RIGA - The Latvian airline airBaltic confirms that today, on December 6, 2017, due to heavy winds and slippery taxiway its flight BT428...

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Latvian bonds worth EUR 1.737 billion purchased under ECB program

RIGA - Latvian bonds worth EUR 1.737 billion were purchased under the European Central Bank's (ECB) Public Sector Purchase Program (PSPP) by...

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Latvian producer prices rose steeper than average in EU in October - Eurostat

RIGA - In October 2017, Latvian producer prices climbed 3.5 percent against the same month last year, which is steeper than average in the EU, a...

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Latvijas Banka's plans in the field of statistics until 2021 approved

Today the Council of Latvijas Banka approved the Statistical Programme of Latvijas Banka for 2018 and outlined the plans for work in the field o...

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Latvia posts strongest economic growth in Baltics in Q3

RIGA - According to the Central Statistical Bureau, Latvia posted the strongest economic growth in the Baltics in the third quarter of this year...

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Breakaway SocDems spread message to Europe about “radical left" in Lithuania

The Lithuanian Social Democratic Labor group, which has split from the Lithuanian Social Democratic Party and is headed by MPs Gediminas Kirkila...

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Taiwan’s experience in e-business: an opportunity also for Latvia

Speed and solutions adapted for it – this is the impression Taiwan gives you as soon as you get off the plane at the airport in the capita...

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Latvian PM worried about possible populism

Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) is worried about possible populism in the parliament ahead of the 2018 general elections...

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Latvia to become one of few NATO member states spending 2% of GDP on defense

Latvia will become one of the few NATO member states that spend 2 per cent of their GDP of defense as Saeima today passed a beefed-up defense bu...

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