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Ceturtdiena 09.04.2020 | Name days: Valērija, Žubīte

Up to 100 000 Estonians work in Finland

Approximately 50 000 – 100 000 Estonia’s residents regularly commute to Finland, although the official data suggest the number of guest workers from Estonia comprises 21 000.

Estonian Air halts ticket sales due to «sky-rocketed» demand

Estonian Air gift vouchers worth 1000 Estonian kroon, which were sold on the Internet site at 40% discount – for 600 kroon, received such enourmous attention from customers that the company was forced to stop the campaign.

Ryanair launches flights from Tallinn

The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has launched its first flight from Tallinn International Airport on Monday, December 13.

Estonian bankers await low interest rates in 2011

It is most likely that mortgage interest rates in Estonia will not increase this year, also a rapid EURIBOR rate rise is not expected, considers the representatives of major banks in Estonia.

Economist: price climb is not logical

Price climb is not inevitable in the current conditions, on the contrary, it contradicts the rules of logic in economy, the economist Andres Arrak, says Director of Business Management Institute Mainor.

Expert: Estonians aspire money, not work

The unemployment rate in Estonia is that high not because there is a lack of job openings, but because the unemployed people ask disproportionately high salaries, says Estonian academician Endeli Lippmaa.

Estonia’s total business sector profits double during the year

This year, during the third quarter, the total profit of enterprises registered in Estonia amounted to 9.7 billion kroon, which is two times more than during the second quarter, informs Statistics Estonia.

Tallinn and Vilnius compete for the title «murders capital»

Vilnius is the leader but Tallinn ranks as the second in the number of murders per 100 000 residents during 2002 and 2008, according to Eurostat data.

Unemployment rate in Estonia grows by 1 599 people in a week’s time

Within a week’s time, from November 19 to 25, the number of unemployed persons in Estonia has increased by 1 599 people, making the registered unemployment rate mount to 10.3% of the economically active population.

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