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Better regulation system, decision-making and transparency in the EU

The EU surveys have shown that citizens were interested in finding out more about the legislative process in the EU. The desire for greater transparency in EU legislation and decision- making process is widespread throughout the union. Hence, the recent launch of the Commission's new Better Regul...

Rock Cafe Tallinn to open with new owner in charge

A newly established company, RCM Invest OU, has taken over running the popular Tallinn concert venue Rock Cafe after the bankruptcy of the previous owner, RC Meelelahutuse OU, writes LETA/BNS.

The economy is becoming more labour-focused

At the Ă„riplaan 2017 conference on Wednesday, Governor of Eesti Pank Ardo Hansson spoke of the increased share of labour-dependent sectors in the Estonian economy, which is also illustrated by the growth in wages in recent years. This means that the market is moving ever more decisively away from...

ABB to open shared services center in Estonian capital

The global technology group ABB is about to open a regional business service center in Ulemiste City, Tallinn on Oct. 11, reports LETA/BNS.

Graanul Invest has suspended investments for now

Graanul Invest AS is not in an active investment phase now and is focusing primarily on developing its investment in Belgium, Raul Kirjanen, one of the owners of Graanul Invest, said at the Ariplaan 2017 (Business Plan 2017) conference of Aripaev, writes LETA.

Mediterranean states use structural reforms to reduce migration to Europe

The member countries on the both sides of Mediterranean Sea (Union for the Mediterranean, UfM) have defined key structural measures to address persisting challenges of unemployment in the region, particularly for young people and women. These measures are expected to reduce immigration flow to Eu...