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LOSP proposes using electronic packing slip system to reduce fraud

An electronic packing slip system for goods would be invaluable for agricultural goods, because it would help push out and reduce VAT fraud, says Latvian Agricultural Organisation Cooperation Council.

Latvia and Russia agree on exchange of additional 3,000 universal permits for cargoes

Latvia and Russia will exchange 7,000 universal permits for international cargo transports in 2017. This will be the largest universal permit volume in the past 15 years, as reported by Road Directorate.

Talks with potential KVV Liepājas metalurgs buyers to conclude in August

Talks with potential buyers of the insolvent KVV Liepājas metalurgs will conclude at the end of August, says representative of the company’s insolvency administrator Dzintars Hmielevskis.

62.2% of Latvia’s population was employed in Q2 2017

Since Q2 2016, the employment rate in Latvia has increased by 0.8 percentage points. In Q2 2017, Latvian employment rate (62.6 %) was the highest recorded since Q2 2008 (63.1 %).

LIZDA: many uncertainties about education process appear just prior to the school year

Two weeks prior to the beginning of the new school year there are many uncertainties about the education process and teachers’ wages, said Latvian Education and Science Workers' Union chairperson Inga Vanaga in an interview to 900 seconds programme of LNT.

Several candidates to compete for the post of chairman of Unity

Economy Minister Arvils Aseradens, deputy chairman of Unity Edvards Smiltens and Riga City Council deputy Vilnis Kirsis intend to compete with one another for the post of head of Unity, as confirmed by the party’s representative Elina Bivina.

DNB says it has no plans to change ATM system for its clients

Commission for money withdrawal from DNB Bank’s ATMs has been introduced by Swedbank and only for its own clients, DNB Bank’s representatives say.

Rinkevics proposes continuing cooperation with Switzerland

Switzerland’s Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Latvia Konstantin Obolensky says he is prepared to work to develop relations between the two countries, as well as maintain close ties with Latvian institutions and its people.

BATL: Augulis’ goal is reaching an agreement on increase of cargoes for Latvia

Baltic Association – Transport and Logistics has sent an invitation to Latvia’s Transport Minister Uldis Augulis and Russian Federation’s Transport Minister Maksim Sokolov to find a solution for the catastrophic situation with cargo flow from Russia.

Number of nights spent by guests in Latvian tourist accommodations up 11.2%

694.2 thousand visitors stayed at Latvian tourist accommodation establishments in Q2 2017, which is 13.3 % more than during the respective period of 2016.

SRS and LVRA to form a work group to improve cooperation

Continuing established cooperation, State Revenue Service and Association of Hotels and Restaurants of Latvia will form a joint work group to propose legislative initiatives, SRS representatives say.

Tukuma ūdens plans to increase sewerage service tariff by 25%

SIA Tukuma ūdens plans to increase sewerage service tariff by 25% and reduce water supply service tariff by 1%, according to information published in Latvian Herald.

Pharmacist: inconvenient backstage with state compensated medicine

Using state funding, it is planned to secure compensated medicine for more than 720,000 residents this year, according to data from Healthcare Ministry. At the same time, 80% of residents interviewed by Euroaptieka admit that they or their relatives require state-compensated prescribed medicine on a daily basis.

More than 130 cadets to practice field combat skills at Adazi landfill

Until 25 August, more than 130 cadets of the National Defence Academy will be practicing individual and team field combat skills at Adazi landfill.

Precipitation to back down in Latvia and weather to become warmer this week

There will be a high atmospheric pressure area hovering above Latvia at the beginning of the week. Although there will be some rain in the first half of 14 August, no more precipitation is expected until the middle of the week, and most of Latvia will likely experience dry weather, as reported by State Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.

SEA: most often youngsters face unemployment because of lacking education

So far a total of 14,616 youngsters have been provided with assistance from Latvian State Employment Agency’s realized EU fund project Guarantees for Youngsters, says SEA Director Evita Simsone.