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DNB forecasting 0.7 pct economic growth for Estonia in 2014

The Norwegian DNB bank is forecasting a 0.7 percent economic growth for Estonia for this year and a 2.5 percent growth for 2015.

Spanish investors may set up a big data warehouse in Haapsalu

Spanish businessman Juan Roman Saenz-Diez is representing financiers who are planning to build a large data warehouse in seaside Haapsalu in Western Estonia, writes Eesti Päevaleht.

EU to implement new sanctions against Russia today

European Union member states agreed on Thursday to implement a new round of sanctions against Russia, diplomatic sources said, after sharp disagreements on how to factor-in a ceasefire in Ukraine.

Electricity price in Estonia skyrockets as Estonian-Finland interconnections fail

EstLink 1 and EstLink 2, the undersea power cables linking Estonia and Finland, are both down and will not be in operation also today, writes Äripäev.

Ansip named European Commission VP and Digital Single Market Commissioner

As expected, former Estonian PM Andrus Ansip has been named candidate for European Commission vice president in the new team of EC President Jean-Claude Juncker.

Businesses demand more time for adapting to tax changes

Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is actively lobbying MPs aimed at making sure that entrepreneurs have at least six months to adapt to tax changes, writes Äripäev.