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In August, production of Estonian industrial enterprises rose by 3% y-o-y

According to Statistics Estonia, in August 2014, the production of industrial enterprises rose 3% compared to August of the previous year. The production increased in manufacturing, while in mining and energy the production decreased.

In August, retail sales in Estonia increased by 7% y-o-y

According to Statistics Estonia, in August 2014 compared to August of the previous year, the retail sales of goods of retail trade enterprises increased 7% at constant prices. In July, the retail sales increased 9% compared to the same month of the previous year, whereas in August the retail sale...

Senior citizens have it best in Norway

In a United Nations global survey, in tandem with "HelpAge International", the so-called aging index was tabulated after examining the situation in 96 countries, informs LETA.

Estonia concludes preliminary agreement on its biggest defence procurement ever

Estonian Defence Minister Sven Mikser and Dutch Defence Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert signed on Wednesday in Tallinn a cooperation agreement for the purchase of 44 military battle machines CV90 for the Estonian Defence Forces, which is the largest defence procurement after the restoration o...

Estonia’s Baltika increases sales by 12% in September y-o-y

Estonian fashion and retail company Baltika’s consolidated sales revenue from continued operations for September 2014 totalled 4.678 million euros, increasing by 12% compared to the same period last year, the company told the Tallinn stock exchange, cites LETA.

Estonian-Finnish LNG terminal project gets stalled

The negotiations of Finnish, Estonian and the European Commission representatives in Tallinn on Tuesday over the construction of a LNG terminal along the Gulf of Finland reached an impasse, Äripä cite Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat.