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Rīgas namu pārvaldnieks gets new management

From now on Rīgas namu pārvaldnieks will have a new chairman: once the head of Latio Namsaimnieks has been appointed as the new head of the company. The other vacant post has been given to Ardis Pāvilsons.

What will be the consequences for companies that cheated with electricity production permits

Businesses that were caught using fake permits for electricity production in mandatory procurements will not have their permits extended, says Latvian Economy Minister Arvils Ašeradens.

Daylight saving time. History and what it means for industries?

Latvia and many other countries around the world will transition from daylight saving time on 29 October. All clocks will be switched one hour back.

Latvian tourist accommodation facilities experience increase of overnight guests

The number of nights tourists and other guests spent in Latvian hotels and other tourist accommodation facilities in the first eight months of 2018 has grown 12.2% in comparison with the same period of last year, reaching 3.524 million.

Kučinskis evasive in evaluation of Unity’s Economy Minister candidates

Latvian Prime Minister Māris Kučinskis remains evasive when it comes to assessing Unity’s Economy Minister candidates.

Amid alleged harassment scandal, Rõivas leaves post in Riigikogu

The former head of Estonian government Taavi Rõivas, who has been pointed to as allegedly having groped a woman during a visit to Singapore, has denied the claims, but has nevertheless decided to leave the of the second deputy speaker of the Estonian parliament.

Centre party victorious in Estonian local government elections

In the Estonian municipal election, held on October 15, the largest overall support has been won by Centre Party that is also the ruling party in Estonian central government.

Accreditation fees for sign language interpreter programmes may be reduced in Latvia

Latvian Welfare Ministry intends to work with Education and Science Ministry to find a solution for the situation with accreditation fees in the existing sign language interpreter programme, as reported by Welfare Ministry’s representative Aiga Ozoliņa.

Dryer and warmer weather expected

This weekend and next week, dryer and warmer weather is expected in Latvia, according to forecasts by the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.

Orkla Foods Latvija invests 122 000 euros in new production line and design

Juice and sauce producer Orkla Foods Latvija owned by the Norwegian conglomerate Orkla Group is investing 122 000 euros in a new production line and in the development of new product packaging design.

With central banks keeping mum, talks of RE bubble deemed unfounded

The Baltics‘ real estate market remains bubbly and robust, but the exuberance the market shows seems worrisome to some. Yet the majority points to the Baltic central banks. Unless they send a message of distress, followed with the tightening of lending, there’s nothing to worry about.

Latvian Economy Minister to leave post

The Latvian Minister of Economics, Deputy Prime Minister Arvils Ašeradens has decided to leave the post in the government and assume the mandate of a member of the Saeima so he could chair the parliamentary faction of his party Unity.

2018 to be «painful» to 30% of Latvian fishermen, say experts

To a third of Latvian fishermen the year 2018 will be «painful» because of the European Union's fishing quotas to Latvia in the Baltic Sea, but most of the entrepreneurs in the industry will be winners, evaluated the Latvian National Fisheries Producers' Organisation.

Latvian unemployment decreases to 6.6%

The rate of registered nationwide unemployment in Latvia decreased by 0.3 percentage points in September to 6.6%, estimated the Latvian Employment State Agency.

Rinkēvičs: Baltic air and maritime defence should be on agenda of next NATO summit

In the next NATO summit in 2018, delegates should work on making the defence of the Baltic region stronger in air and at sea, evaluated Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs.

Latvia U-turns on «farmer-maddening» vehicle insurance amendments

The ruling coalition of the Latvian Saeima will reject government-backed amendments which would oblige owners to buy compulsory motor vehicle civil liability insurance for vehicles used off public roads, for example, used in farming.

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