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CPCB collaborates with Germans in Daimler case

There are some unexpected aspects in the case on the alleged Riga City Council officials’ bribery that was carried out in order to achieve favourable outcome in the tender for the bus supply.

Agriculture Minister: not all Latvian exporters are able to fulfil agreements

Not all of the export companies in Latvia manage to meet the stipulated product supplies, the Agriculture Minister Jānis Dūklavs indicates at the Agricultural Organization Cooperation Council’s meeting.

EC warns Latvia about disregarding EU air quality requirements

Latvia has not managed to deal effectively with excessive PM10 – small airborne particle – emission, which in high concentrations can be hazardous. Therefore, Latvia has been ordered to improve the situation within two months, otherwise the European Commission will file the case to the European Union Court.

Finance Ministry: export and import to surge less in 2011

Export and import will grow at a slower pace this year, as full load of production capacity is about to hit its maximum and export growth rates will depend more on new investments in manufacturing industry, the Finance Ministry told the business news portal BNN.

Electricity tariff rise to reach 39% this year

After evaluating the tariff changes, the Latvian Association of Local Governments believes Latvenergo’s statement that the tariff increase will affect only half of the households and the average tariff will change by 21% starting from April 1, is not true.

Regulator approves Latvenergo new tariffs project

The Pyblic Utilities Commission has approved AS Latvenergo new energy tariffs project, envisaging a new procedure of calculating tariffs starting from April 1, according to Latvenergo board member Uldis Bariss.

Marupe Agricultural Centre applies for insolvency

The poultry company Marupe Agricultural Centre has applied for insolvency, mentioning the difficult economic situation as the reason, the Centre’s Board Member Kārlis Krastiņš points out.

Taxi wars also in Liepaja

Taxi companies interests have clashed also in Liepaja, similarly as two years ago in Riga. Local taxi services providers have already divided their territories, which is against the law. Moreover, they do not intend to let their competitors enter them. A fight has brought the conflict to the Court already.

Riga Dairy to focus on Russian market

Riga Dairy (A/S Rīgas piena kombināts) turned 53 million lats last year, surpassing the performance of 2009 by 12 million lats. The company explains this by growing exports, amounting to 22% of the total turnover, Riga Dairy public relations manager Irēna Bērziņa told the business news portal BNN.

Electricity tariffs not to change for 49% of Latvia’s households

After analyzing the data of all households’ consumption in 2010, it was found that the annual electricity consumption is less than 1 200 kWh for 61% of households in Latgale, 51% in Kurzeme, 48% in Zemgale and 46% in Vidzeme; therefore, they will pay for electricity in line with the current electricity tariff.

External trade grows 26.4%

The total external trade turnover at current prices formed 10 507.3 million lats last year – 26.4% or 2 195.3 million lats more than in 2009.

Foundation: LNG projects in Latvia and Lithuania can be mutually compatible

Projects of liquefied natural gas (LNG) reception terminal with a re-gasification plant can break Gazprom’s monopoly in the three Baltic States and Poland, creating a competitive regional market through supply diversification and mutual interconnection.

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