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More Latvian State Renters to receive rent relief
14th May
  • Latvia State Real Estate will now cover more tenants in its rent relief program.
  • The initiative has been expanded to cover more entrepreneurs, associations, foundations, among others.
  • Parties that had been turned away are now free to reapply.

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