Locally funded banks are expanding their capabilities

The banking market in Latvia has been through a lot, and has changed lot. What is the role of formerly “non-resident” banks ...

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University of Tartu values development of natural and health sciences in New Europe

Last Friday, 4 October, the founding members of theAlliance4Life gathered at ...

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Crisis Button of Global Economy has been Set Going

Lately the warning pilot lights of global economy have started glittering red. The forecasts provided by economists regarding the approaching gl...

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The ECB’s deflation obsession

Central banks aim for price stability, and today, prices are largely stable across much of the developed world. Yet central bankers declare them...

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The anatomy of the coming recession

There are three negative supply shocks that could trigger a global recession by 2020. All of them reflect political factors affecting internatio...

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The Coming crisis of China’s one-party regime

On October 1, to mark the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic, Chinese President Xi Jinping will deliver a speech that unreservedly ...

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Israel’s new ambassador to Latvia: “I have not encountered anti-Semitism here”

Her Excellency Ms Orli Gil, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Israel to Latvia, has just presented her credentials to the Latvian ...

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September churns out some thrilling political events

As autumn sets in – I hope you’re not experiencing season change related blues? – the Baltics’s, Europe’s and the ...

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How cyber phishing attacks target students

College students are favorite targets for phishing scams. Maybe it’s because they’ll be responsible for their own finances for the f...

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