More and more Lithuanian businessmen have decided to register holding companies in Estonia. According to experts, the reasons are Estonia’s stable tax system and zero income tax on reinvested profits, writes Äripäev.
Finance Minister Jürgen Ligi has again made headlines, but this time it may cost him his job, writes Äripäev.
Estonia and Finland are coming to an agreement over building a gas pipeline between the two countries and on building a LNG terminal in both Estonia and Finland.
Columnist Jaano Martin Ots writes in Äripäev that the e-residency that Estonia is shortly offering foreigners should be a means in the movement towards something called borderless e-Estonia.
Several large IT companies in Estonia say that the wages in the IT sector are being fuelled by one company – logistics company Kühne + Nagel, more specifically by its IT development centre that is based in Estonia.
Victoria, the Crown Princess of Sweden, will visit Tallinn on October 28 for the award ceremony of the enterprise competition Swedish Business Award 2014.