So far, Latvia has maintained macroeconomic stability, but banking problems and the slow pace of structural reforms are hobbling full economic recovery. Growth now largely depends on the government’s will to hasten reforms by IMANTS PAEGLIS RIGA-THIS YEAR’S ECOnomic picture is shaping up to be even bleaker than last year’s. Following a successful macroeconomic stabilization […]

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