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Taiwan and the Baltics: sharing history, goals and values

Known first of all for its incredibly robust economy, Taiwan has long been pursuing and insisting on freedom, democracy, human rights and the ru...

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Fitch affirms Latvia at 'A-'; outlook stable

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Latvia's Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'A-' with a Stable Outlook, the rating...

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Latvia’s Armed Forces receive weaponry from the United States

The National Armed Forces have received the first eighteen tactical vehicles manufactured by the U.S. company Polaris Government & Defense,&...

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Upgrade means less EU money, but a chaos would be disastrous

The focus of our November issue is on perhaps a game-changer decision in Brussels, where the European Commission, the governing body of the Euro...

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Apocalypse averted although the possibility of chaos lingers

In advance of the parliamentary election in Latvia, there were warnings that this would basically be an existential election in terms of the cou...

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Three candidates for Latvian PM post being screening

Out of the bunch of candidates to head a new Latvian government following the parliamentary election in early October, the selection has boiled ...

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Cuts in EU funding: the Baltics upgraded from “less developed” states to ones in “transition”

There will be less EU co-financing available for the Baltic countries due to the economic progress already made by the Baltics and due to some c...

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Ratas encourages Norwegian companies to invest in Estonia

TALLINN – Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas on Tuesday introduced to more than a dozen Norwegian companies and representatives of entrepr...

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European Court of Human Rights rejects Estonian prisoner's complaint regarding transport van

TALLINN – The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has rejected a complaint by an Estonian prisoner who considered the conditions he woul...

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Health insurance fraud involving bogus employees from Poland uncovered in Lithuania

VILNIUS - Over 1,000 Poles may have been given fake employment contracts in Lithuania to have their healthcare costs reimbursed by the...

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