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Economic calendar of Latvia. April 22 - 26, 2013

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Аuthor: PantherMedia/SCANPIXMonday, April 22:

Swedbank presents a survey on the preparedness of state and commercial structures of Latvia for the Euro transition.

-EU House holds the “Energy Efficiency ABC – practical recommendations for households”.

Rīgas piena kombinats holds a press-conference, during which it will tell about the students’ summer practice programme “Young entrepreneur”.

-The Kipsala international exhibition centre holds a press-conference dedicated to the upcoming opening of the Auto 2013 exhibition.

-The Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia reports the data about the changes in consumer prices in manufacturing in March 2013.

-The Restaurants Week in Riga.

-State Secretary to the Agriculture Ministry Dace Lucava participates in the EU Agriculture and Fishery ministers in Luxembourg.

Tuesday, April 23:

-Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Turība Graduate School of Business Administration organize a pre-election discussion among entrepreneurs and Riga Mayoral candidates.

-The first meeting of the newly created Social Consultative Council of the National Council for Electronic Mass Media.

-Meeting of Latvijas balsams shareholders.

Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija holds the “Intellectual Property Rights Protection” seminar organized by the Latvian Investment and Development Agency.

-Director of the Tax Policy Department of Finance Ministry Nils Sakss participates in the meeting of the Committee on Economics and Finance in Brussels, Belgium.

Wednesday, April 24:

-The Latvian Museum of Fire Service holds a forum for specialists – “Building restoration – fire safety – financial aspects”.

-Finance Ministry holds meetings with representatives of the field of public relations in order to choose the best possible partner in the information process about Euro adoption.

-Cesis holds the “Construction process in projects co-funded by the EU” discussion.

-Emergency meeting of the members of the Latvian Association of bus stations and regional carriers.

Thursday, April 25:

-Riga holds the “Energy efficiency 2013-2020 – political and financial challenges” conferece organized by the Latvian Association of Energy Efficiency, Latvian Association of Local Government and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce in Latvia.

Alberts Hotel holds the “The Baltic natural gas market five years from now” discussion.

-Shareholder meetings of Tosmares kuģubūvētava, Strenču mežrūpniecības saimniecība, Latvijas Jūras medicīnas centrs and Rīgas farmaceitiskā fabrika.

-Meeting of the Council of experts of food production and agriculture at the State Education Development Agency.

-Finance Ministry holds a meeting dedicated to the cooperation program between Latvia and Switzerland.

-Finance Minister Andris Vilks welcomes the members of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce. The minister will also have a meeting with the director of the The Finnish-Norwegian-Latvian office of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Friday, April 26:

-Shareholder meetings of Rīgas juvelierizstrādājumu rūpnīca, Reverta, Remars-Rīga, Torņu un autoceltņu firma «UBAK», Siguldas Ciltslietu un mākslīgās apsēklošanas stacija, Kurzemes ciltslietu un mākslīgās apsēklošanas stacija, VEF.

-Latvijas balsams holds a virtual conference on the enterprise’s results in 2012.

-The Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia reports the data on the changes in construction costs in March 2013.

-Representatives of the Latvijas Ceļu būvētājs report about the state of roads in Latgale.

Kipsala international exhibition centre opens the Auto 2013 exhibition


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