The skilled and motivated talent pool is Latvia’s biggest asset. Our people are well-educated, hard-working, multilingual by default, and with global ambitions. 86% of the Latvian workforce has secondary education or higher, and 96% of inhabitants speak at least two languages.
Located on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea and in the center of the Baltic region, Latvia has always been a commercial hub, acting as a meaningful trade route.
Since regaining independence in 1991, the amount of foreign trade in Latvia has shown consistent growth. Joining the European Union in 2004 has further strengthened Latvia’s position in international trade.
Today, Latvia is a considerable exporter of various goods and materials such as wood, electrical equipment, metal, chemical products, food, and more.