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Economic calendar of Latvia for 23rd-27th of January 2012

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23rd of January

-Auction dedicated to selling shares owned by Janis Naglis of ASCOR’S, Deivida Duhovnija durainis, Baltic Taxi and other enterprises.

-Meeting of the Ministry Cabinet Committee to discuss the normative act project of «The order of acceptance of cash owned by individuals to their bank accounts»

-Damme trade center will host talks about the grocery basket of Latvian citizens

Latvijas Krajbanka’s administrator KPMG Baltic Company closes its offer acceptance of the credit institution’s sanitization

-Minister of Agriculture takes part in the meeting of EU countries Ministers of Agriculture and Fishery in Brussels

-Ministry of Finance representatives in Brussels meet with the representative of the European Parliament to discuss the issues with European fund financing for 2012-2020

24th of January

-The meeting of the Saeima Budget-finance Commission, during which amendments to the Law of the Savings Societies, Law of Credit Institutions, Law of Insurance Societies and Monitoring, Law of the Credit registry will be discussed.

Swedbank economists voice their new Latvian Economy review and its conclusions

-Prime-minister hold government meeting. The day’s agenda includes the following issues among others:

• The delegation of a representative to work in the Strategic Development Commission

• The functions of the Ministry of Finance and of the departments of internal audit in EU structure funds

• The dismissal of Kirovs Lipmans from the post of the member of the Board of Liepaja’s special economy zone and elect Valery Terentjevs in his place

• The amendments to the Resolution of the Ministry Cabinet «Of the Board of Liapaja’s special economy zone»

• The order of approval and realization of accepted investment projects

-Cycle of seminars about the introduction of international business for small and medium enterprises, organized by the University of Latvia, Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ventspils Park of Technology and the Hanseatic Parliament.

25th of January

Radisson Blu Hotel Latvia hosts discussions about Latvia’s energy strategy for the next 20 years.

– Meeting of the Saeima Budget-finance Commission, during which legislation draft of «Financial instruments of the European economy zone from 2009 to 2014» and amendments to the Transport vehicle Tax exploitation Law and the Law of Enterprise Transport vehicle Law will be reviewed.

– Meeting of the Saeima National Economy Commission, during which the amendments to the Law of Commerce, Law of Cooperative Societies and the Law of the Registry of enterprises of the Latvian Republic will be reviewed among other issues.

-Meeting of the Saeima Judicial Commission, during which the amendments to the Law of the Registry of enterprises of the Latvian Republic and the Law of Debt Collection will take place.

Business High School Turiba will host the lecture of the President’s Economic, Business and employment advisor Elina Egle, titled «2012 in Macroeconomy»

-The “Possibilities of Latvian Export in countries of the Persian Gulf” round table discussion will take place in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

– Central Statistical Bureau will report on the income of households in 2010

26th of January

– Meeting of the Saeima Revisionary Commission, during which the evaluation of the parliament’s measures of budget fund economy in 2011 and the planned measures for their economy in 2012 will take place.

-Representatives of the State employment inspections meet with the managing director of the State Income Department to discuss the introduction of electronic services.

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