Posts tagged as accounts

Thousands of ID cards not properly deactivated due to software glitch

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Authorities have discovered that some 15,000 ID cards due to be deactivated in 2014 remained usable for Estonia’s e-services for more than a year. An error in the systems of the Ministry of the Interior’s IT and development center, SMIT, prevented the cards from getting fully deactivated, tech news portal Geenius.ee reported on Wednesday. While the physical cards were actually deactivated, their digital certificates remained valid, which means that any…

Most banks in Latvia have failed to submit audited annual accounts on time

Friday, April 5, 2019

Most of the banks present in Latvia have not published audited annual accounts for the previous year, according to information compiled by LETA. The banks that have failed to submit audited annual accounts before April include Baltic International Bank, BlueOrange Bank, LPB Bank, Meridian Trade Bank, PNB banka (previously Norvik banka), Privatbank, Signet Bank, as well as Rietumu banka. The latter submitted its annual account on Thursday, 4 April. «We…

Modi’s pre-election handouts to cost India billions, breach fiscal targets

Saturday, January 19, 2019

A series of vote-catching measures planned by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he braces for a difficult general election may cost more than 1 trillion rupees ($14 billion), two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said. Much of the cost of the extra spending or revenue losses would have to be borne by the government that will take charge after the election due by May. The spending is…

Facebook takes down page dedicated to Latvian legionnaires

Monday, August 13, 2018

Social networking site Facebook has taken down a page dedicated to Latvian legionnaires that contained photographs, accounts, articles from newspapers and excerpts from books about Latvian soldiers during World War II. A group of activists launched the page three years ago and had since posted several hundred materials on the page. The total number of subscribers was about 3,300. Part of the materials posted on the page has now been…