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30.10.2017

Compared to the 2nd quarter, in the 3rd quarter of 2017, Gross Domestic Product according to both seasonally and calendar adjusted data grew by 1.5 %.

30.10.2017

New data have been published in sections: Producer prices; Business Tendency; Forestry; Energy.
 

26.10.2017

In September 2017 the level of construction costs in Latvia grew by 0.2 %. Labour remuneration of workers rose by 0.5 %, maintenance and operational costs of machinery and equipment by 0.2 %, and prices of building materials by 0.1 %.

25.10.2017

At the beginning of 2017, 78.5 % of Latvia population aged 16–74 used Internet on regular basis (at least once a week). Since 2010, the indicator has risen by 16 percentage points, whereas compared to the previous year – by 1.5 percentage points.

25.10.2017

Since 2000 Riga population has declined by 121 thousand people – from 762 443 to 641 481. Analysis of the changes in breakdown by Riga city neighbourhood shows the sharpest usually resident population decline in the neighbourhoods located in Riga city centre.

23.10.2017

New data have been published in sections: Geographical data; Producer prices; Government finances; Population: Number and Change; Information technologies; Gross domestic product.

20.10.2017

Compared to August, in September 2017 the level of producer prices in Latvian industry grew by 0.3 %. Prices of products sold on the domestic market increased by 0.3 %, and prices of exported products went up by 0.2 %.  

20.10.2017

In 2016 general government budget surplus accounted for EUR 9.5 mln or 0.04 % of the Gross Domestic Product, whereas general government consolidated gross debt amounted to EUR 10 091.6 mln or 40.6 % of the GDP.

19.10.2017

During the first nine months of this year 15 723 babies were born in Latvia, which is 1 113 children fewer than in the corresponding period of the last year. 

19.10.2017

At the beginning of 2017 out of the enterprises employing 10 or more persons 98.7 % used Internet, while 62.9 % of the enterprises had website.

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