Latvia's annual GDP growth at 2.5 percent

Latvia's annual GDP growth slowed to 2.5% in the second quarter of 2014 from 2.8% in the previous quarter, according to the flash estimate by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSBL). At the same time, seasonally adjusted quarterly growth picked up to 1% (0.6% in the first quarter).
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