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Ceturtdiena 17.01.2019 | Name days: Tenis, Dravis
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With higher alcohol excise tax, Estonia bound to have missed income forecast by 40 million euros

After Estonia raised its alcohol excise tax rates considerably in 2017, Estonian daily Postimees has estimated that the target of the money the alcohol excise tax would bring into state coffers could have been missed by at least EUR 40 million.

Estonian farmers reach considerable cereal crops despite rainy summer

Farmers in Estonia have managed to reach the average cereal yield in 2017 amounting to 3,967 tonnes per hectare, which according to Estonian statisticians is a considerable result despite a very rainy summer.

Estonia to start buying land for Rail Baltica railway construction

Continuing its way to beginning the construction of the pan-Baltic Rail Baltica slated for 2020, the management of Rail Baltic Estonia, has unveiled that this year will be spent on negotiations with land owners and the marking-out of the railway.

Estonian state rail cargo company worked with million-euro losses in 2017

Estonian state-owned rail cargo carrier EVR Cargo concluded the year 2017 with net losses of 1.2 million euros, but managed to earn a million euros in from October to December 2017.

Estonia emphasises animal welfare as demand for animal food products grows

Although the demand for food products from animals is increasing, attention should be paid both animal welfare and sustainability in agriculture, Estonia's Minister for Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm has stated.

Estonia to observe foreign reports on it, prevent damage to its image for 800 000 euros

From 60 000 to 800 000 euros, such is the planned increase of Estonia government's funding on strategic communication aimed at monitoring foreign media reports on the Baltic country and on containing possible damage of the Estonian image.

Estonia prices up by over 3% last year; dairy products and eggs – by 10%

Driven by more expensive food products and non-alcoholic beverages, consumer prices in Estonia have in 2017 compared to 2016 levels risen by 3.4%, statisticians have estimated.

Court in Tallinn upholds decision for ruling party to pay to state 110,100 euros

A court in Tallinn has dismissed Estonian ruling Centre Party's appeal against a decision by party funding watchdog to regard the party's large cash reserves as an illegal donation that should be transferred to the state budget.

American lawyer believes bitcoin created by Estonian IT researcher

As attempts to find the mysterious inventor of bitcoin continue, an American lawyer has noted he believes that Estonian cryptographer Helger Lipmaa working in Tartu can be identified as the author of the crypto-currency – a claim rejected by the Estonian himself.