The proportion of HIV-infected tuberculosis patients in Latvia is 17.4%, which is the highest not only among Baltic States, but also Europe, as mentioned by Jurijs Perescikovs, director of Disease Prevention and Control Centre’s Infection Risk Analysis Department in a discussion dedicated to the World Tuberculosis Day.
Latvia businesses working in Japan will be provided with a stable tax payment regime that will not be influenced by amendments to Japan’s tax regulations, as stated in Saeima’s report.
«All Latvian exporting companies – those that already export goods to Canada and those that consider doing that – will benefit from the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement,» says Foreign Affairs Ministry’s parliamentary secretary Zanda Kalnina-Lukasevica.
Remembering those killed and injured in last year’s terror attacks, remembrance events are held on Wednesday, March 22, in the Belgian capital.
French investigators have opened a probe into possible emissions tests breaking by the Italian-American car builder Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in relation to its diesel cars.
With the April French presidential election nearing, two leading candidates of the post have positioned themselves in a televised debate.