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  • From the world out there 13 Autors:Vjačeslavs Dombrovskis

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    a > G.D. 09.06.2009 17:55 "as CA is becoming positive" Yeah, because we get pooorer and can't afford so much imports. "industrial output increases" It decreased by 16,9% in april (year on year). "I bet that exports will rise in the last quarter of 2009 (seasonally adjusted, compared to the 3rd quarter)" Well, that is surely possible, particularly taking into account that we can't be sure about tendencies in exports markets. However, there is one thing I know for sure - you will see a dramatic decrease in 4th quarter year on year exports. "Keynesian crap" Oh, come on... "and who pays for that" Oh, come on... (one more time). Give your argumentation but please stop this nonsense.

  • From the world out there 13 Autors:Vjačeslavs Dombrovskis

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    G.D. 09.06.2009 17:04 Sorry, misspelled, not David Hughes but Edward Hugh :) Interesting guy, one may wonder what motivates a person to sit all day at a computer and analyze Latvian data and who pays for that...

  • From the world out there 13 Autors:Vjačeslavs Dombrovskis

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    G.D. 09.06.2009 16:52 Actually, I am pretty sure that already the 3rd quarter will look good for exports... But ok, I am a bit risk averse :)

  • From the world out there 13 Autors:Vjačeslavs Dombrovskis

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    G.D. 09.06.2009 16:50 Crap! It seems that guy is a bit confused in numbers as CA is becoming positive and industrial output increases (also, I suggest you to google for who is David Hughes). I bet that exports will rise in the last quarter of 2009 (seasonally adjusted, compared to the 3rd quarter), despite "worst of all worlds" and the rest of Keynesian crap. 20 lats on that! Agreed? :)

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    Khan 13.06.2009 00:24 Latvians don't have brains, that's why they are behind everyone, even from neighboring countries like Lithuania and Estonia. I hate this country. Thanks God I left in Good times. Feel sorry for the poor people who have to suffer because of s_h_i_t government policies. I say again. RUN FOR YOUR LIFE ASAP.

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    Trauts 12.06.2009 12:43 I agree with you. Burden should shift from private to public sector. And as priority government must decrease labor costs by decreasing income and social tax. We have to decrease unemployment not increase taxes to pay unemployed persons. Thank you for great opinion.

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    > Mr. Smythe 12.06.2009 10:08 So did you. It's pidgin, not piggin. Clean yourself up, mate -- your stupidity is showing.

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    Khan 12.06.2009 07:35 Latvian Government Sucks, Worse Country in all EU. Specially after new TAX rules, few remaining professional people will also leave Latvia. Run for your life.

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    Mr. Smythe 12.06.2009 01:21 What the frig is "bruto"??? nice piggin English;well, you tried.

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    Gatis 11.06.2009 20:17 This time I completely agree with You. Repse should focus more on budget cutting instead if tax increase. And if they increase income tax, then progressive tax really should not be additional burden for poor and average people.