Ivars Godmanis, Latvia's prime minister, briefed reporters on the government' s decision on Thursday. Godmanis said that talks with EU Commission and IMF officials would determine how much the country needed to borrow.
The Baltic state contracted by 4% in the three months to September, a marked contrast with the buoyant performance of the
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