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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von cpm56 » 28. Januar 2013 17:32

Latest post of the previous page:

Doppeltaler hat geschrieben:...
Aber kann mir einer mal den Unterschied zwischen dem ersten und dem zweiten Entwurf sagen. ...
Also ich kann den ersten (alten) Entwurf hier oben garnicht sehen! http://www.cheesebuerger.de/images/midi/konfus/a086.gif

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Beitrag von Mister Münze » 19. Februar 2013 18:15

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von Doppeltaler » 20. Februar 2013 07:26

Sind doch ganz ansehnlich. Nun noch in Natura und die Sammlerwelt ist wieder in Ordnung oder/ und um ein Sammelgebiet reicher.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 22. Februar 2013 19:22

Ardo Hansson hat geschrieben: Ardo Hansson. Speech at the Conference on Experience with and Preparations for the Euro
Conference on Experience with and Preparations for the Euro
Riga, 22 February 2013

Opening of the conference, speech by Governor Ardo Hansson
Honourable Mr. President, Honourable Madame Speaker, Honourable Mr. Prime Minister, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,

1. It is a great honor to be here today in Riga at this important conference and to be able to express my support for Latvia’s euro area aspirations. Looking to the future, and remembering all of the good help which we also got from other countries in the past, we would also like to give that same support other European countries joining the euro area.

2. Let me begin by stressing that Latvia’s long track record of fiscal prudence and your recent very difficult but ultimately successful crisis management are recognized, welcomed and greatly respected in the euro area. In fact, Estonia and Latvia are good examples of the benefits of implementing decisive reforms, demonstrating that the beneficial effects of front-loaded fiscal consolidation, deep structural reforms and economic flexibility outweigh the initial higher costs, especially by quickly restoring the confidence that is so crucial for ending a crisis and getting a country on a path towards recovery and growth. One of the lessons we learned from this crisis is the importance of the issue of confidence. It is intangible, it is hard to measure, but it is so crucial.

3. In order to join euro area, Latvia, like any other potential member, needs to be deemed to have fulfilled the “Maastricht criteria”, and to do so in a sustainable fashion. The recent euro area crisis has clearly revealed what can happen when the agreed rules are not followed, especially how damaging this can be for the country concerned. As a corollary, countries which sustainably adhere to these rules, and which have a clear track record of prudence and adjustment capacity, act as net providers of stability, bringing benefits to other members of the euro area. That additional benefit should be remembered. Also, the sheer signal of countries wanting to join the euro area right now is also another contributor to this confidence that we all need.

4. This morning, I would like to briefly touch on three themes. First, a bit about the reasons for joining the euro area. Second, a bit about the process and making the point that it is more a process than an event. And finally, our experience to date as a member of the euro area.

5. Starting with the motivating factors, in one sense we do not need a motivating factor because when we all joined the European Union in 2004, we made a commitment that the euro would be our currency. Thus, the “if” question has already technically been answered and it is only a question of timing. For Estonia as a small European economy highly dependent on trade, euro area membership was a natural goal stemming from close economic ties and similar cyclical behavior. A common currency with many of our main trading partners would reduce the costs of trading and more importantly deepen the economic integration that can drive all of the productivity improvements that will ultimately lie behind higher living standards. Our main trading partners are in Europe, so it is not an international issue for us but domestically important if we want to grow. In any case, our strategic choice two decades ago to tie our currency first to the DM, then to the euro, and a clear determination to never change this peg, meant that our macroeconomic environment was already very similar to that of a euro area member, and that the extra step towards full euro area membership would only be logical and natural.

6. Let me now turn to the process. When discussing such currency reforms, we often speak in terms of the date on which this takes place, which can leave the impression of a single event which suddenly brings great changes. In fact, the process element is crucial. We have been on a given path for 20 years, and we will be on this path for another few decades. Therefore, it is many small steps that contribute and the actual date of conversion is somewhat less of an event. It is important, but especially if you have been tied to the euro for a very long period of time. It is of crucial importance that a country’s economic policy mix as a whole is credible and consistent. Based on our own experience, we can say that much of the impact was already felt even before formal euro accession in terms of the investment flows and in terms of the restoration of confidence.

7. Finally, what have been some of the experience over the last more than two years? The precise impact of the adoption of the euro is very hard to determine as there were so many other things going on, most notably the global financial crisis. Future generations of economists, with the benefit of hindsight and data will be better placed than us to make a firm evaluation of costs and benefits. Nevertheless, we can point to several positive developments which appear to be related to the broader agenda of reforms and policies, including euro adoption. Most notably, the Estonian economy has successfully weathered a fragile global economy and come through the uncertainties within the euro area.

8. Over the last few years, our export sector has led the economy to a path of relatively rapid and well-balanced growth. That has, in turn, created the scope for a still quite significant contribution from domestic demand to growth. Indicators of better balance include a much lower current account deficit, better consistency between productivity and wages and lower private sector indebtedness. These improvements, along with sound fiscal policy, have increased trust in the Estonian economy and, furthermore, made it more resilient to economic shocks than before the crisis.

9. Turning to some other indicators, the output level in our manufacturing sector already exceeded pre-crisis levels in 2011. Our exports are now at record levels. Compared to the third quarter of 2009, they have grown by 67%. Investments have also rebounded, becoming the fastest growing component of domestic demand. Over the last two years, our GDP has grown robustly and somewhat faster than we had expected, by around 8% in 2011 and about 3.2% last year. This is lower than the rates we would like to see in more normal times, and slower than the rate which Latvia achieved last year, but still a very respectable outcome given the state of the world economy. By now, we have recovered to about 95% of our somewhat unsustainable pre-crisis level. As a result, our unemployment rate has fallen steadily, most recently to 9.3%, which is lower than the euro area average. Our employment has risen to about the same level as it was in the middle of the boom period.

10. Clear positive impacts are also evident in the financial sector. Joining the euro area removed any remaining risk of devaluation, working to lower interest premia, which are now near Nordic levels. Access to eurosystem liquidity support has decreased the risk of sharp interest rate fluctuations and sudden stops in capital inflows. The reduction in costs stemming from the equalized charges for domestic and cross-border settlements has brought measurable savings. Homeowners have benefited from the elimination of the financial risks which come from earning income in one currency and repaying their mortgage in another currency. Consumers and businesses have benefited from being able to easily compare prices, and from the reduction in currency conversion costs.

11. Finally, let me make a few remarks about inflation. Fears are regularly expressed about the possible inflationary impacts of euro adoption. Our evidence suggests that this was positive but very small and one-off, similar to what was seen in older euro area members where euro introduction effects accounted for about 0.2-0.3% one-off increase in prices, mostly in services sectors, but no measurable effect on inflationary expectations or in terms of core inflation. Over the past few years, our inflation has indeed been higher but we believe that this can be largely explained by a range of other factors not directly related to euro adoption, including the catching-up effect, commodities prices, the specific timing of changes in tax policy, and so on. Most importantly, the ECB has built up a very strong track record in keeping inflation in the euro area near our targeted level, and our commitment to continue on this path is very strong.

12. In conclusion, Estonia’s two-year euro area experience has affirmed our belief that our place is within the euro area, not outside. Our economy, which once was very much out of balance, is now in balance and developing about as well as could be expected in difficult circumstances. Furthermore, and this is very crucial, opinion polls show that public support for the euro appears to be rising and has clearly been above 50%. If one also considers recent improvements in the outlook for the euro area as compared to 6 or 12 months ago, I believe the support will continue rising in the future. Never in our history has Estonia been engaged in shaping Europe to such an extent. We have a say in the processes affecting us, from monetary policy decisions to the euro area’s future. For us, it is a matter of economic security, future prosperity and international credibility. I wish Latvia determination and success in following the same path.

Thank you!

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 4. März 2013 18:27

orf.at hat geschrieben:Lettland unterzeichnet Antrag auf Euro-Beitritt

Die lettische Führung hat heute den Antrag auf einen Beitritt zur Euro-Zone auf den Weg gebracht. Ministerpräsident Valdis Dombrovskis, Finanzminister Andris Vilks und Zentralbankchef Ilmars Rinkevics unterzeichneten den Antrag während einer Zeremonie in Riga. Die offizielle Einreichung wird nach Angaben der EU-Kommission für morgen erwartet.

Lettland will laut Reuters 2015 oder 2016 Euro-Land werden und wäre damit das 18. Mitglied. Schon seit Jahren hat es den Wechselkurs seiner heimischen Währung Lats an den Euro gekoppelt. Das benachbarte Estland stieß bereits 2011 zur Währungsunion.

Skepsis in Bevölkerung

Während die Regierung das Projekt vorantreibt, bleiben viele Letten skeptisch. Sie befürchten eine steigende Inflation und den Kontrollverlust über die heimische Wirtschaft. Der baltische Staat musste 2009 mit Geld der EU und des Internationalen Währungsfonds vor der Staatspleite gerettet werden.

Seither hat sich das Land wirtschaftlich erholt. 2011 und 2012 legte das Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) um jeweils mehr als fünf Prozent zu, die Arbeitslosigkeit ging spürbar zurück, der Staatshaushalt wies zuletzt nur noch ein Defizit von 1,5 Prozent aus. Dennoch gehört Lettland neben Bulgarien und Rumänien zu den ärmsten EU-Mitgliedern.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von numisfreund » 29. März 2013 13:00

Ausgabe der Starterkits für die Allgemeinheit am 10.12.2013
Auflage: 800.000 Ex.
Ausgabepreis: 14,23 €
Erhältlich in allen Banken, Kreditinstituten und der lettischen Post

Inhalt:
2 x 2,-,
4 x 1,-,
7 x 0,50,
8 x 0,20,
7 x 0,10,
5 x 0,05,
6 x 0,02,
6 x 0,01 €

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von EestiKurt » 29. März 2013 15:45

Oi Lettland ist schwanger... in 9 Monaten ist es so weit :D

So wenig, wie man von Estland hört, wird man auch von Lettland hören ...:)

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von numisfreund » 31. März 2013 19:27

Hier ein Videoclip von euronews, Reportagen: "Bald rollt der Euro auch in Riga"

"Die Regierung Lettlands will den Euro einführen. Die Mehrheit der Bevölkerung ist dagegen. Eine Volksabstimmung über Lettlands Beitritt zur europäischen Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion ist nicht geplant. Europäische Kommission und Europäische Zentralbank werden in den kommenden Wochen ihren Prüfbericht vorlegen, der aller Voraussicht nach positiv ausfallen wird, da Lettland die Maastricht-Kriterien seit September 2012 vollauf erfüllt.
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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von gizzmo » 30. Juni 2013 09:26

Auszug aus den Schlussfolgerungen (Ergebnisprotokoll) des Europäischen Rats, also des Treffens der Staats- und Regierungschefs, vom 27./28. Juni 2013:

16. Der Europäische Rat hat den Antrag Lettlands auf Einführung des Euro erörtert. Er beglückwünscht
Lettland zu der Konvergenz, die es durch eine solide Wirtschafts-, Haushalts- und
Finanzpolitik erreicht hat, so dass es nunmehr alle im Vertrag enthaltenen Konvergenzkriterien
erfüllt. Er begrüßt den Vorschlag der Kommission, dass Lettland am 1. Januar 2014
den Euro einführt.

Quelle: http://www.european-council.europa.eu/c ... eanCouncil

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 12. November 2013 17:42

Lettland plant die Ausgabe von 5 Euro-Sammlermünzen zum Nominalwert.

Themen für 2014 sind unter anderem:
- 25. Jubiläum des "Baltischen Wegs"
- 300. Geburtstag von Gotthard Friedrich Stender
- 150. Jubiläum des "Museums der Seefahrtschule in Ainažu"
- 100 Jahre "Baltā grāmata" ("Das weiße Buch") von Jānis Jaunsudrabiņš
- "Kurzemes barokam" - Barock in Kurland

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von urmel007 » 8. Dezember 2013 19:43

gerade gesehen bei Kabel 1 (Abenteuer Leben 22:15;08.12.2013)
Kabel1 hat geschrieben:Am 1. Januar 2014 bekommt Lettland den Euro und wird somit das 18. Land in der Eurozone. "Abenteuer Leben" nimmt den Staat am Baltikum wenige Wochen vor dem Währungswechsel genau unter die Lupe. Ist Lettland der Geheimtipp für den nächsten Urlaub? Um das herauszufinden, fährt die 26-jährige Lettin Anete Jurcika quer durchs Land.
Weitere Themen: Die ungewöhnlichsten Gerichte der Welt, Hinter den Kulissen in der Miniatureisenbahn-Fabrik, Der Euro - testen Sie ihr Wissen, Geschenke-Tipps für Männer, Deutsche Schnäppchenjagd versus American Secondhand
Wo sie unter anderem bei der Europrägung dabei sind.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von Andilein » 8. Dezember 2013 20:35

Mister Münze hat geschrieben:Lettland plant die Ausgabe von 5 Euro-Sammlermünzen zum Nominalwert.

Themen für 2014 sind unter anderem:
- 25. Jubiläum des "Baltischen Wegs"
- 300. Geburtstag von Gotthard Friedrich Stender
- 150. Jubiläum des "Museums der Seefahrtschule in Ainažu"
- 100 Jahre "Baltā grāmata" ("Das weiße Buch") von Jānis Jaunsudrabiņš
- "Kurzemes barokam" - Barock in Kurland

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Hört sich nach interessanten Themen an.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von ursus » 9. Dezember 2013 10:26

Mister Münze hat geschrieben:Lettland plant die Ausgabe von 5 Euro-Sammlermünzen zum Nominalwert.

Themen für 2014 sind unter anderem:

- "Kurzemes barokam" - Barock in Kurland
Hallo, lässt sich diese Münze "Barock im Kurland" dem Europastern-Programm 2014 "EUROPÄISCHE KOMPONISTEN" wohl zuordnen?
Vom Thema her und der Teilnahme in 2012 und 2013 könnte es doch passen .
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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von numisfreund » 9. Dezember 2013 10:57

Verkauf der lettischen Starterkits ab Dienstag!

Euro starter kit sales to begin in Latvia on Tuesday

The Bank of Latvia, 09.12.2013

Tuesday, 10 December, the Latvian euro starter kits will go on sale in this country: it is an additional opportunity for anyone to get acquainted with the new circulation coins in a timely manner: even before the euro changeover day of 1 January 2014.

The starter kit's value is 10 lats or 14.23 euro, which matches the irreversibly fixed changeover rate and kits can be bought at the branches of commercial banks, 302 post offices, as well as at the Bank of Latvia and its branches in Daugavpils and Liepāja: in other words, in all those locations where lats will be exchanged for euro after 1 January.

The sales of such starter kits is a practice recommended by the European Commission, for it helps people feel extra safe when using the new money. Those who cannot or will not purchase the starter kit, can simply wait till the beginning of the new year to obtain the Latvian euro coins through an exchange process at a bank, post office or shopping. The starter kits, as the "small" exchange money, will make the parallel circulation period, the first two weeks of next year, easier. This is not meant to be the way for accumulating the new money or exchanging the saved lats coins for euro.

The kits were assembled in Germany where, at the Baden-Würtemberg State Mint, the Latvian euro coins were struck. So that as many people as possible may have a chance to acquaint themselves with the new coins one customer will be able to purchase no more than five starter kits.

It is important to remember that the content of the starter kit – two 2-euro, four 1-euro, seven 50 euro cent, eight 20 euro cent, seven 10 euro cent, five 5 euro cent, six 2 euro cent and six 1 euro cent coins – will be possible to put to use only as of 1 January, up till then, the Latvian euro coins do not have the status of legal tender.

Even though the starter kits will contain only Latvian euro coins, those of any other euro area country will be legal tender in Latvia as of 1 January and, conversely, Latvian euro coins will be legal tender throughout the euro area. The euro banknotes are the same throughout the euro area.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 21. Januar 2014 18:57

bank.lv hat geschrieben: The Bank of Latvia Plans to Issue New Collector Coins

Euro Collector Coin Issuing Programme for 2014

1. A coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Ainaži Nautical School.

2. A coin dedicated to "The White Book" by Latvian writer Jānis Jaunsudrabiņš.

3. A coin dedicated to the 300th anniversary of Gothard Friedrich Stenders (Old Stenders).

4. A coin dedicated to the Baroque style and art in Courland (Kurzeme).

5. A coin dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Way.

6. A coin of innovative artistic, technological or thematic concept.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2014

Beitrag von ursus » 22. Januar 2014 14:36

Hmh, ;-) ;-) ob da wohl eine "Europasternmünze" dabei ist ?
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