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The general government budget deficit in 2008 reached 645.4 mln lats or 4.0% of Gross Domestic Product.
New data in sections Social security, Transport, Indicators of Banks, Tourism, Inhabitants and Social Processes, Information technologies, Wages and salaries, Education, Foreign Trade, Public order and justice, Prices, Industry have been published.
In February 2009 the total foreign trade turnover at current prices reached 646.9 mln lats – more by 1.1% or 7.2 mln lats than a month before and less by 35.9% or 361.5 mln lats than in February last year.
Compared to January construction costs in February of this year on average decreased by 3.2%.
The rise in the prices of medical services, wearing appeal and footwear, fuel, as well as price decrease of food products had the greatest impact on consumer price changes.
In the 4th quarter of 2008 the number of trips for recreational purposes comprised 3493.2 thsd, of which 2710.4 thsd were same-day trips without staying overnight and 782.8 thsd were long trips with staying overnight.
New data in sections Construction, Trade and services, Population Tourism, Social security, Forestry, Natural resources, Transport, Education, Industry have been published.
Compared to January 2009 industrial production volume in February 2009 has reduced by 0.5%, according to seasonally adjusted data.
New data in sections Employment and unemployment, Prices, Politics and religion, Construction, Trade and services, Industry, Energy, Personal income, Labour costs have been published.
Compared to January retail trade turnover in February 2009 has decreased by 4.4%, according to seasonally adjusted data (at constant prices).
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