We do not see a strong organized gray market in the Baltic States, says Tomas Palšis, director of AVAD Baltic, the information technology company Apple's official distributor in the Baltics.
In March 2011, Estonian Energy unveiled a new payment system, resulting in electricity bills surging 6%, starting from August 1.
Death rates in Estonia are still declining, marking an increasing average life-span and aging of the society, according to the Statistics Estonia.
Companies borrowed a total of 584 million euros in loans and leasing in June and this sum accounts for one of the highest monthly turnovers over the past two years.
Numbers of Estonians owning real estate are dropping, so the rental market of apartments and private housing is growing gradually, says Tarvo Tamm, director of real estate company Brem.
Transit Centre plans to purchase a terminal in Freeport of Riga to manage the flourishing trade.
People in Estonia acknowledge that it is money that determines their summer holiday plans, according to GoAdventure study.
Seven Estonian cyclists who were kidnapped in March in Lebanon have finally been set free, according to the Estonian Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Last year, the company Eesti Statoil generated 9.5 times smaller profit in the retail and wholesale segment than in 2009. The company puts this down to the fuel procurement price surge.
In May 2011, if comparing to the same month in 2010, exports spiked 53% and imports - 44% at current prices, according to Statistics Estonia.
During the last year, foreign buyers spent 96.4 million euro (LVL 66.3 mln) on properties in Estonia, making a total of more than 3.1 thousand transactions.
Estonia’s state energy company Eesti Energia is currently refusing to provide information about tariff increase, which is intended in early 2012.
The international rating agency Fitch Rating has upgraded Estonia's credit rating to A+, in view of the country’s strong economic growth and sound financial system.
Majority or 67.6% of Estonia’s residents are sure that after a year their financial situation will be worse than the current one.
Starting from Friday, July 1, a law comes into force in Estonia, enabling car drivers to leave their driving license and technical certificate at home. The only condition – drivers must carry with them a personal identity document.
By paying 200 000 dollars (LVL 98 400), the Estonian millionaire Raivo Hein from Saaremaa purchased a ticket for a three-hour space flight.
Starting from July 1, this year, new requirements for taxis are entering into force, stipulating that all vehicles must be equipped with air conditioners.