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06.05.2014

Compared to February industrial production volume in March rose by 0.2%, over the year - a drop of 1.6%.

06.05.2014

New data have been published in sections: Consumer prices; Producer prices; Business Tendency; Wages and salaries; Social security; Trade and services; Industry; General agricultural indicators; Crop production; Livestock.

30.04.2014

Compared to February retail trade turnover in March rose by 2.8% and over the year - by 3.8%.

30.04.2014

Drop in the producer prices in agriculture was due to decrease of 12.7% in crop producer prices. Prices of livestock products increased by 3.7%.

29.04.2014

Compared to February, construction costs in March increased by 1.3%. Labour remuneration of workers rose by 0.9%. Annual construction cost growth 1.1%.

29.04.2014

In 2013, 80.1 thousand agricultural holdings with average size of 36.9 ha were registered in Latvia. Number of livestock in one holding increases. In 2013 the average number of livestock in one holding: 14 cattle, 29 pigs, 25 sheep and 6 goats

28.04.2014

New data have been published in sections: Producer prices; Government finances;Population: Number and Change; Social security;Number of Enterprises; Business demography; Enterprise groups; Tourism; Energy.

23.04.2014

Compared to February, producer prices in industry in March 2014 decreased by 0.2%. Prices of products sold on the domestic market dropped by 0.2%, and prices of exported products - by 0.1%; of which in exports to euro area countries increased by 0.2%, while in exports to non-euro area countries declined by 0.3%.

23.04.2014

General government budget deficit at the end of 2013 comprised EUR 223.8 million or 1.0% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and the general government debt comprised EUR 8873.3 million or 38.1% of the GDP.

22.04.2014

In March 1694 babies were registered in the country - 164 newborns more than in March 2013. A positive birth rate trend has been observed over the past three years. Number of marriages has also been growing.

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