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Latvia: recovery plan submitted to EC

Ministry of Finance submitted to the European Commission Recovery and Resilience Facility plan on April 30. This puts Latvia among EU member states that have prepared and submitted their recovery plan to the EC, as reported by the ministry. 12 out of 27 EU member states – Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Italy,…

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Uzbekistan: $139 million worth of localized chemical products to be made in 2021

Uzbekistan’s chemical enterprises until the end of this year plan to produce 26 types of localized goods worth $139 million, the state-owned Uzkimyosanoat company reports. It added that enterprises engaged in the sphere delivered $40.9 million worth of goods in January-April, exceeding the target by 136.94%. The volume of exports comprised $11.49 million, whereas during…

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Latvia: State Audit looks into the use of financing provided to culture sector amid Covid-19 crisis

After checking the use of EUR 14.5 million provided by the Latvian Ministry of Culture to help the culture sector overcome Covid-19 crisis, the State Audit (VK) concluded that this financing was mostly used appropriately, as reported by VK Fourth Audit Department Director Inga Vilka at a meeting with Saeima’s Public Expenditures and Audit Committee.…

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