New data have been published in sections: Consumer prices; Producer prices, Indicators of banks, Occupied posts and job vacancies; Personal income; Wages and salaries; Social security, Tourism.
In 2012, 78.6 thousand tons of meat were produced 1.1% less as compared to 2011. This reduction was influenced by the drop in the beef and pork production by 3.9% and 4.9%, respectively.
Compared to January, the overall level of producer prices in the Latvian industry in February 2013 decreased by 0.2%. The prices of goods sold at the domestic market decreased by 0.4%, whereas price level of exported products did not change.
Number of occupied posts in the country at the end of 2012 comprised 845.7 thousand, and, compared to the end of 2011, it has increased by 36.5 thousand or by 4.5%. Whereas the number of job vacancies at the end of 2012 has increased by 0.6 thousand vacancies or by 22.5%.
To be able to make ends meet families in 2012 were short of LVL 66 per household member monthly; practically the same sum as in 2011 (LVL 67).
New data have been published in sections: Geographical data; Consumer prices; Gross domestic product; Enterprises finance; Personal income; Labour costs; Crime and justice; Industry.
Hourly labour costs in the country in the 4th quarter of 2012 grew by 24 santims per hour or by 6.1%.
In 2012 Central Statistical Bureau specified information on the population number for time period from 2001 till 2010. Basing on the revised population number also crude rates are changing , e.g., birth and death rates that were re-calculated. As a result, e.g., total fertility rate in 2010 changed from 1.18 to 1.36.
In 2012, every eleventh (83.2 thousand) employed was working part-time, of which 44.9 thousand persons (53.9%) were underemployed part-time workers.
In January 2013 compared to December of previous year, exports value of goods at current prices decreased by 4.6%, but of imports – by 4.1%.
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