The central bank said on Friday that it had decided to prolong the agreement, made last December, and extend the amount that it will provide from €375m to €500m.
"The swap agreement constitutes short-term funding to contribute to safeguarding macroeconomic and financial stability in Latvia," the Riksbank said.
Swedish banks have substantial operations in Latvia, and its Baltic neig
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