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Ministry of Finance
of the Republic of Latvia
1 Smilsu st., Riga
LV-1919, Latvia

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E-mail: pasts@fm.gov.lv
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Having acquainted to the information report prepared by the Ministry of Finance the Cabinet of Ministers (CM) today approved the National Euro Changeover Plan for Latvia, stipulating that the Steering Committee for implementation of Euro will continue reporting to the government on the progress of the plan every quarter.
On Thursday, March 9 global credit research company Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) has increased long-term foreign currency credit rating outlook for Latvia from stable to positive. Latvia's credit rating has remained at the previous level: A2.
Monday, February 20, in Jerusalem (Israel) Convention on Prevention of Double Application of Taxes and Tax Evasion as regards profit and capital taxes was signed between the government of the Republic of Latvia and the government of the State of Israel. From the Latvian side the Convention was signed by the Minister of Finances Mr. Oskars Spurdziņš, but from the Israeli side - by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ms. Tzipi Livni.
At its 3 January 2006 meeting, the Government decided that the name "euro" of the single currency of the European Union (EU) is to be written and pronounced as "eiro" in Latvian, and a political agreement concerning that is required also at the EU level.
Today, 29 September 2005, in Riga, the Vice President of European Investment Bank Mr. Sauli Niinisto and the Minister of Finance - Mr. Oskars Spurdzins has signed a Finance Contract between the Republic of Latvia and European Investment Bank in amount of 150 million EUR.
The official Treasury's report on the central government budget execution for the period of January-May reveals that both the central government budget and local government budget surplus expanded in May; thus, the overall fiscal surplus of the general government budget grew by 54.1 million lats reaching 110.9 millions lats in May. As we know, at the end of April the fiscal surplus of the general government budget amounted to 56.8 million lats.
Ministers of Finance of the Nordic and Baltic Sea Countries - Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Denmark met for their 10th conference on May 19, 2005 in Hillerød, Denmark.
The European Union has entered the critical state of the negotiations on the next Financial Perspective 2007 - 2013. The decision made in respect to the Financial Perspective will affect considerably the future development of the European Union and its member states.
Finance ministers from the Nordic and Baltic Sea Countries, i.e. Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland and Sweden, met for their 9th conference on May 27-28 in Riga, Latvia.

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