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Wednesday 22.01.2020 | Name days: Austris

95-octane fuel price at Statoil stations exceeds 90 santims

The price of 95-octane fuel at Statoil refuelling stations has mounted over 90 santims. Today, March 14, the price of this octane fuel at Latvija Statoil full-service gas stations increased by 0.5 santims, reaching 90.4 santims per litre.

External trade drops 14.7%

The total external trade turnover at current prices formed 880.7 million lats in January 2011 – 14.7% or 151.9 million lats less than in the previous month, but 42.6% or 263.1 million lats more than in January 2010, according to the Central Statistical Bureau.

650 000 of Latvia population take part in online Census 2011

More than 650 000 of the residents of Latvia have registered in the population census 2011 electronically, according to the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) data.

Prime Minister concedes 10% pensions cuts

For the sake of budget stabilization, the Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis is considering the possibility of reducing pensions by 10%, the Prime Minister admitted.

Latvia’s GDP per capita last year – 3 039 lats

In 2010, Latvia’s gross domestic product per head (at constant prices) was 3 039 lats, which is by 11 lats more than in 2009, when it was 3 028 lats. In the Q1 of 2010, the GDP per capita (at constant prices) amounted to 651 lats.

GDP shrank by 0.3% last year

Compared to 2009, in 2010 the gross domestic product in 2010 decreased by 0.3%,while compared to the exact period in 2009, it has risen by 3.6% in Q4 of 2010.

Census counters to be paid regardless number of households visited

Settlement with the company carrying out population Census 2011 will not depend on the number of households census counters visit, the Central Statistical Bureau deputy director Pēteris Veģis says, adding that online Census has been extended up to March 12, due to extensive interest in electronic registration.

Airport Riga: airBaltic has financial difficulties

The Latvian national airline airBaltic is suffering financial difficulties – its debt to the airport Riga accounts for 7 – 8 million lats, indicates the airport’s Board Member Andis Damlics.

Diesel fuel excise to reduce Latvian farmers competitiveness

Applying minimum excise tax on diesel fuel will boost costs of Latvian local farmers. Given various costs climb, including of energy resources, excise tax application will propel the prime costs of agricultural production and reduce farmers competitiveness down to the level of the Baltics exclusively.

Municipalities control over gambling likely to be increased

Town in Latvia Jekabpils Council has drafted amendments to the legislation aiming at granting local governments more power to control gambling.

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