International investment fund Sycamore is ready to purchase shares in the Latvijas Gaze natural gas utility for several hundreds of millions of euros, said Indrek Rahumaa, Estonian businessman, Sycamore fund manager and one of Latvia’s Lauma International textile company owners, in an interview with Latvian daily Diena December 5.
The last five years have seen improvements in Latvia's business culture, particularly with regard to rules governing insolvency administrators, but there is still plenty to do to make the country more attractive to foreign investors, the leading representative body of foreign investors said December 5.
On 11 December at 14.00, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) are holding a discussion on economic relations between Latvia and the United States of America and priorities for 2018.
No sooner has the startup-themed Digital Freedom Festival finished than Latvia is preparing to play host to another major Information Technology event, named 'DevTernity'.
This year's Digital Freedom Festival proved to be particularly productive for a few local startups with DigiPulse and CENOS triumphing in the contest organised by global accelerator 500 Startups while Estonian startup Let's Enhance was victorious in the competition organised by Dutch accelerator Rockstart, the festival organizers said November 29.
Data released November 29 by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, compared to September, in October 2017 the level of construction costs in Latvia rose by 0.3 %.
Approximately 10 million euros is needed for reconstruction of Āgenskalns Market in Riga, Riga Mayor Nils Ušakovs told reporters November 27
The Digital Freedom Festival, which has quicklt become one of the hottest tickets among the start-up crowd, gets underway in Latvian capital Rīga November 27.
The outlook for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Latvia is favorable, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs said in its annual report on European SMEs presented at the SME Assembly in Tallinn.
Latvia has recovered 1.2 million euros incurred in international arbitration proceedings over a dispute involving the state and the Winergy wind power company.