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Daugavpils Locomotive Repair Plant firing employees

Starting from March this year, more than 80 workers have been fired from Daugavpils Lokomotivju Remonta Rupnica (Daugavpils Locomotive Repair Plant, DLRR), the train engine repair group based in the south-eastern Latvian city of Daugavpils, the Latvian public radio reported on May 30th, cites LETA.

Tallinn e-Governance Conference seeks to answer the question “What are the benefits of e-governance?”

The Tallinn e-Governance Conference held on 30 and 31 May within the scope of the ICT Week focuses on the impact of e-governance on the economy and society. 340 representatives of the public and private sectors from more than 50 countries will attend the two-day conference. The most exotic countr...

First case of African swine fever found in Rezekne town in Latvia

Altogether 14 new cases of African swine fever (ASF) among wild boars were found in Latvia between May 23 and May 27, including the first case of ASF in the Rezekne town in south-eastern Latvia, the Latvian Food and Veterinary Service reported LETA.

First Latvian Society, week-end school to be established in Turkey

Steps have been taken this year to establish in Turkey the first Latvian Society and the week-end school for Latvian children, the Latvian embassy in Turkey announced LETA.

Latvian banking sector shows EUR 142 mln in profit in January-April

Latvian banking sector shows EUR 142 mln in profit in January-April

Estonian real estate companies expect prices to stabilize soon

Estonian real estate companies are expecting real estate prices to stabilize and the number of transactions to increase, and are hoping to grow their revenue and workforce, results of a survey conducted by the Association of Real Estate Companies of Estonia show, cites LETA/BNS.