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            Economist explains the link between gas reserves and consumer price rise?

            Although Latvia is once again under tight curfew due to Covid-19, which, according to many, has taken away the colours from the already grey autumn, it is possible people may conclude this year was ?blessed?. In the near future residents and panies in Latvia will feel the consequences from the considerable climb of natural resource prices. The price rise will impact some sectors directly, such as the energy sector, and some indirectly, says Citadele Bank senior economist Mārti?? āboli??.

            Solutions proposed to prevent animal deaths from the fence set along the Latvian border

            Specialists of the Nature Protection Office together with the State Forest Service and State Border Guards have surveyed the fence set up on the Latvian-Belarusian border in order to develop accurate solutions to prevent animal injuries and death from the fence.

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            BNN summary of the week: Lay-offs for non-vaccinated people. Covid-19 medicine. Global pollution

            BNN gives you a summery of the most relevant events of the past week in the following topics: Work; Price growth; Penalty; Nature; Resignation in Estonia; Covid-19 medicine; Victims of the virus.

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            BNN summary of the week: Lay-offs for non-vaccinated people. Covid-19 medicine. Global pollution

            BNN gives you a summery of the most relevant events of the past week in the following topics: Work; Price growth; Penalty; Nature; Resignation in Estonia; Covid-19 medicine; Victims of the virus.

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            Economist explains the link between gas reserves and consumer price rise?

            Although Latvia is once again under tight curfew due to Covid-19, which, according to many, has taken away the colours from the already grey autumn, it is possible people may conclude this year was ?blessed?. In the near future residents and panies in Latvia will feel the consequences from the considerable climb of natural resource prices. The price rise will impact some sectors directly, such as the energy sector, and some indirectly, says Citadele Bank senior economist Mārti?? āboli??.

            Restaurants ask Latvian government to let them reopen after the lockdown

            The Association of Restaurants of Latvia has turned to Latvia’s Prime Minister Kri?jānis Kari?? and other ministers, asking them to allow the catering sector to reopen after the end of the lockdown.

            Poland and 40 other countries agree to abandon coal in energy production

            In the UN Climate Change Conference, Poland, Ukraine and dozens of other countries, where coal is burnt in power stations to acquire electricity and...

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