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Sunday 23.02.2020 | Name days: Haralds, Almants

Prime Minister: Finance Ministry may unveil an offer for tax change in February

At the beginning of February Latvian Finance Ministry may unveil its prepared tax system improvement plan offer, as confirmed by Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš in an interview to TV3 programme 900 seconds on Wednesday, 15 January.

State Real Estate board member steps down over construction worker’s death

Following the fatal fall of a construction worker off the roof of Finance Ministry’s building, State Real Estate board member Kitija Gruškevica has stepped down.

Latvia’s State Audit concerned about government’s decided funding allocation

The funding outlined in ministries’ budgets for different goals does not fit the government’s approved budget planning process, said State Audit chief Elita Krūmiņa when asked to comment on the government’s recent decision to pull previously outlined funds from ministries to increase funding for healthcare.

JRT reconstruction funds to be diverted to cover losses in public transport

The EUR 7 million allocated from the budget to finance reconstruction of New Riga Theatre are planned to be diverted to Transport Ministry in the form of grants to cover losses in public transport service sector, according to the 5 November agenda of the Cabinet of Ministers.

Minister: Latvia’s budget for 2020 allocates funding for healthcare and other sectors

Latvia’s budget for 2020 allocates finances to healthcare, education, justice and internal security sector, said Latvia’s Finance Minister Jānis Reirs during debates about the next year’s budget in the Saeima.

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