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Latvia in the Digital Economy and Society Index

Find here the most recent analysis and data for digitisation in Latvia, covering topics such as connectivity, digital skills, egovernment, and more.

2020 publications

2019 publications

2018 publications

Europe's Digital Progress Report 2017 (New)

The EDPR report combines the quantitative evidence from DESI (Digital Economy and Society Index) with country-specific policy insights, allowing us to keep track of the progress made in terms of digitalisation by each Member State and providing an important feedback loop for policy-making at EU level.

EDPR profile of Latvia: Download PDF (EN) or Download PDF (LV)

EDPR telecom factsheets: Download PDF (EN)

Digital Economy and Society Index 2017

Latvia ranks 19th in DESI 2017. Overall progress is driven by increasing shares of fast broadband subscriptions as well as by the improved delivery of public services. More and more Latvians are going on-line and are using eGovernment services, but still half of the population has no or low digital skills. Latvians are increasingly shopping online, but businesses are exploiting technologies in a limited way.

DESI profile of Latvia: Download full profile PDF (EN) or download summary PDF (LV)

2016 publications

Download the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) country profile as a pdf (EN); summary pdf (LV)

Download country information as a power point presentation (EN)

Download the European Digital Progress Report (EDPR*) country report as a pdf (EN) (LV)

Download the EDPR telecom factsheets as a pdf (EN)

*The EDPR report combines the quantitative evidence from DESI (Digital Economy and Society Index) with country-specific policy insights, allowing us to keep track of the progress made in terms of digitalisation by each Member State and providing an important feedback loop for policy-making at EU level.

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