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Дело науки — служить людям. – Толстой –

Наука – капитан, а практика – солдаты. – Леонардо да Винчи –

Пределы наук похожи на горизонт: чем ближе подходим к ним, тем дальше они отодвигаются. – Буаст –

Фантазировать важней, чем знать. – Альберт Эйнштейн –

Наука – это организованное знание. – Спенсер –

Свобода для науки то же, что воздух для живого существа. – Пуанкаре –

Поле исследований всех наук беспредельно. – Паскаль –

Систему наук нужно рассматривать как систему природы: все в ней бесконечно и все необходимо. – Кювье –

Научный план без рабочей гипотезы – это скелет без живого тела. – Гиршфельд –

Главный предмет изучения человечества – человек. – Гёте –

В науке все важно. – Гейне –

Книги должны быть результатом наук, а не наука – результатом книг. – Бэкон –

Ученый не тот, кто дает правильные ответы, а тот, кто задает истинные вопросы. – Клод Леви-Стросс –

Чем упорнее мы будем искать истину вне себя, тем больше будем отдаляться от нее. Чем больше мы сумеем понять то, чем мы являемся, тем сильнее истина утвердит нас в нас же самих. – Антонио Менегетти –

Прежде чем природе повелевать, надо ей подчиниться. – Бэкон –

Настоящий ученый не тот, кто больше освоил, а тот, кто больше понял. – Лейбниц –

Наука – знать, как действует сущее. Знать действие бытия. – Антонио Менегетти –

Наука – благодетельница человечества. – Бертело –

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Latvia economy briefing: Information and communication sector in Latvia – jump of the decade

The information and communication technology sector have seen a significant upturn and development over the past 10 years. This is confirmed not only by the increasement of companies in the field but also by the produced amount of a variety of innovations in the information and communication technology sector. In recent years, the information and communication sector has seen around 10% growth annually.[1] Over the last decade, the share of information and technology in total exports has increased, thus changing Latvia’s...
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Latvia social briefing: The outbreak of Coronavirus has massively impacted social development of Latvia

Because of the global outbreak of Coronavirus, on the 2nd of March, the first officially confirmed case of the Coronavirus was detected in Latvia. Since the first registered case in March and even prior the government of Latvia has been taking serious virus prevention measures, which have helped to limit the outbreak of the virus. Although by the end of March 2020 there were confirmed only 400 cases, it is already seen that the upcoming months will be economically challenging for...
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Latvia external relations briefing: The Government approves Development Cooperation Policy Plan for 2020

On 3 March 2020, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia approved the Development Cooperation Policy Plan for 2020 drawn up by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). The Development Cooperation Policy Plan sets out specific measures for practical implementation of Latvia’s Development Cooperation Policy Guidelines for 2016–2020 to support less developed countries. It regulates the external relations of Latvia with EU Easter Partnership and Central Asia regions. The amount of 463,813 euros has been allocated in the MFA budget for the...
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Latvia political briefing: LATVIA AS THE CENTER OF THE GLOBAL BUSINESS SERVICES

The Global Business Services sector in Latvia is growing. In 2019, the sector formed around 1.9% of gross domestic product and 2% of total exports.[1] Increasingly, internationally recognized companies choose to centralise the company’s administrative functions in Latvia, replacing it with the performance of functions in each country individually. Global Business Service is developing widely in Latvia – approximately 9,000 jobs places have been created in this service sector.[2] As well as 100 new jobs are offered monthly in the Global Services...
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Latvia external relations briefing: Latvian forests – Latvian Green Gold

More than half of Latvia’s territory is taken by Latvian forests, making Latvia one of the greenest countries in the world.[1] For this reason, wood processing plays an important role in Latvia’s economy, compiling approximately 20% of total exports in 2018.[2] Currently, there is a growing trend in Latvian tree exports: businesses offer new ways for efficient timber use and produce products with high added value. Overall wood-processing industries such as manufacturing of wood, cork products, manufacturing of paper and paper products,...
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Latvia external relations briefing: PROSPECTS OF FOREIGN POLICY OF LATVIA IN 2020

Summary Latvia’s foreign policy environment is and will continue to be constantly changing. The year 2020, like 2019, will bring many challenges, tough decisions and opportunities. Foreign policy of Latvia is mainly depending on common position of European Union and is very much affected by proximity to Russian Federation. Geographical location of Latvia can be viewed as one at the intersection of superpower interests. As the Annual Report of the Minister for Foreign Affairs on the accomplishments and further work with...
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Latvia social briefing: Social development trends in 2020

Some experts say that the following years will be crucial for the sustainability of  Latvia. The main reason for that is the decrement in the number of population. In the last 30 years, 450 thousand people have emigrated from Latvia, which forms a significant part of the total population of Latvia.[1] At the same  period of time the overall amount of permanent residents has fallen down for 700 thousand, which is approximately 28%.[2]In order for Latvia to experience the decrement of...
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Latvia economy briefing: A Preview of Latvian Economic Development in 2020

During the last years, Latvia has been experiencing stable economic growth annually.  Currently, this has been the longest period of economic development after the renewal of the independence of the Republic of Latvia. However, it has been forecasted that because of the global trends, the pace of Latvia’s economic growth will experience a slowdown in 2020. Data from the Bank of Latvia shows that in 2020 the Gross domestic product (GDP) will grow for around 2.6 percent. Even though the...
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Latvia political briefing: LATVIA AS THE CENTER OF THE GLOBAL BUSINESS SERVICES

The Global Business Services sector in Latvia is growing. In 2019, the sector formed around 1.9% of gross domestic product and 2% of total exports.[1] Increasingly, internationally recognized companies choose to centralise the company’s administrative functions in Latvia, replacing it with the performance of functions in each country individually. Global Business Service is developing widely in Latvia – approximately 9,000 jobs places have been created in this service sector.[2] As well as 100 new jobs are offered monthly in the Global Services...
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Latvia external relations briefing: ACHIEVEMENTS IN FOREIGN POLICY OF LATVIA IN 2019

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