In May, the consumer price index increased by 0.9% MoM and by 3.6% YoY. Rising prices of motor fuel and electricity were behind the increase. Goods were 2.9% and services 4.4% more expensive than in May last year. Viktoria Trasanov, lead analyst at Statistics Estonia, said, compared to May 2020, the consumer price index was…Details
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In response to consumer complaints in social networks about frequent power outages, the Ministry of Energy “has tried to give” a detailed explanation on some of them. The ministry said that the cases of short-term power outages were mainly associated with the gusty wind observed in a number of regions on June 1-3. “As a…Details
In January-May, Ukrainian exports grew by more than 25%, or almost $5 billion, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal reported on Facebook. According to him, over this period, exports to China, the United States, Turkey and Great Britain increased by almost 50%. “The favorable external environment, as well as the expansion of the export geography through the…Details
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) announces a review of its plans to resume flights to Poland from June 18, the airline’s press service has reported. In particular, the reason for this decision was the situation that arose due to the need to fly over the territory of Belarus and the subsequent redistribution of passenger traffic observed…Details
The board of Riga Central Market – board chairman Artis Druvinieks and board member Kaspars Zauls – have stepped down. According to Riga City Council’s Communication Office, officials have informed Riga city CEO and shareholders in the company Janis Lange of their decision. Lange said Riga Central Market needed a new and capable management that…Details
Almost 55,000 passengers used Tallinn Airport in May, the highest number in nine months. Flights were 46% full on average. Eero Pargmae, the commercial manager of Tallinn Airport, said demand for travel had built up and tickets were selling well. “Vaccination, of course, plays a very important role in the recovery of travel, and vaccine…Details
Mutton has risen in price by 28.8 soms, or by 6.3% MoM, the State Agency for Antimonopoly Regulation reports. Other types of meat are also growing in price. Thus, price of pork grew by 23.8 soms, or by 6.7%, beef – by 10 soms, or by 2.3%, and price of poultry meat by 3.1 soms.…Details