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Economists: efficient reforms to foster growth in 2011

The rapid economic recovery and labour market stabilization in 2010 allows forecasting better growth also in 2011. However, it neither means «homework» has been done.

One-third more registered new cars in 2010

One-third more new cars were registered in 2010, compared to 2009, the business news portal BNN was informed by the Latvian Authorized Car Dealers’ Association (LACDA) President Andris Kulbergs.

Carlsberg: Latvia’s business environment becoming more investment-friendly

Latvia’s export growth, as well as the government’s economic policy has made the local business environment safer and more attractive in the eyes of foreign investors, the Danish company Carlsberg Senior Vice President for the Northern Europe region Jørn Tolstrup Rohde says.

Northern Corridor study takes 3.5 million lats

Up till now, 23 studies have been conducted on Riga Northern Corridor, spending 3.5 million lats from Riga City Council funds, excluding 50% of the European Union co-financing.

Amigo: our commercials give precise data

The data used in Amigo advertisements are correct. We have only made Bite Latvija published indicators more publicly available; therefore, we encourage competitors to change their current aggressive reaction.

Bite Latvia wants Amigo commercials assessment

Mobile operator Bite Latvija has asked the Consumer Rights Protection Centre (CRPC) to assess Zetcom's pre-paid card Amigo commercials in radio, video and the Internet.

Riga streets repair work granted 253 000 lats

Riga Municipality has directed 253 000 lats (VAT excluded) in 2011 budget for Riga streets and bridges «holes» repair work.

CCCA/LAA suggests applying duties to mobile phones and computers

From each imported CD, DVD, audio recorder, video recorder, TV set with a recording function a data carrier duty is charged as compensation to the authors whose work can be copied with these devices.

Gailis: failed bureaucratic apparatus «tentacles amputation»

The economic crisis was a wonderful time for the unnecessary bureaucratic apparatus «tentacles amputation», but Latvia did not take this chance, believes the ex-prime minister and a businessman Māris Gailis.

Utility debts might boost banks losses

Tax amendments if favour of building managers might boost banks loosing millions of lats.

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