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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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Smaller alcohol tax hike in Estonia won't cut into border trade

The government's decision to raise the alcohol excise duty next year by half less than originally planned will not affect the habit of Eston...

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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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Experts: Government has to return to LMT, Lattelecom merger question as quickly as possible

Although the Cabinet of Ministers at the beginning of November decided not to merge telecommunications companies Lattelecom and Latvijas Mobilai...

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Estonian composer Arvo Part handed the Ratzinger Prize by Pope Francis

 At a ceremony held at the Vatican's Apostolic Palace, Pope Francis, on Saturday, November 18, handed out this year's Ratzinger Pri...

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Ministry: EU budget agreement crowning achievement of Estonian EU Presidency

The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, under the leadership of Estonia, on the night between Friday and Saturday, Novemb...

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Estonia's EKRE: Tax reform victory of low-paid people an illusion

The council of the opposition Estonian Conservative People's Party (EKRE) on Saturday, November 18, approved a political statement in which ...

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Luminor CEO: Hybrids of fintech companies, banks to emerge

Erkki Raasuke, CEO of Luminor, the new joint bank of Nordea and DNB, said that the banking sector in the next five to seven years may change con...

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Estonia: Tallinn to build second corridor for trams in city center

The Tallinn city government is working on a plan for an additional corridor for tram traffic through the center of the city to make tram service...

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Latvia set to unleash cultural power of centenary celebrations

Latvia’s centenary celebrations officially commenced in May 2017, and plan to run until 2021. The Baltic Times caught up with Linda Pavlut...

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