According to a new economic outlook for the Nordic countries and Estonia compiled by SEB, Estonia’s GDP will grow by 0.5% in 2014, writes LETA/Postimees Online. Swedbank downgraded the growth outlook to 0.8%.
On Tuesday, MPs met with heads of Estonian foreign embassies, reports LETA, referring to the Riigikogu Press Office.
In July 2014, the volume of loans and leasing contracts issued to enterprises and households continued growing at a moderate pace, writes Äripäev.ee/LETA.
Companies that were forced to face financial difficulties due to Russia's food embargo, will receive a tax-payment extension for up to five years in Latvia, the government decided yesterday, informs LETA.
"Science and talented scientists will help Estonia punch above its weight more than one would presume by the size of our population," said the President, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, yesterday at the opening of the new physics building – or Physicum – at the University of Tartu, reports BC presidential ...
Gasum Energiapalvelut Oy will sell its subsidiary Gasum Estonia to Alexela Group’s subsidiary Alexela Energia, writes LETA/Äripäev.ee.