More hopeful signs of economic recovery in Estonia comes with a recent report on the Statistics Estonia site which states that retail sales in Estonia increased by seven per cent y-o-y to June 2012.
Furthermore this trend has been continuing since March 2012; every month between March and June saw an increase in retail sales
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An item first published on this blog on 6th July, 2012.
An interesting and detailed post here, from the redoubtable Edward Hugh, about one of the two other CEE countries, apart from Estonia, that have acceded to the Eurozone, namely Slovenia (the third country is Slovakia).
Having consistently outperformed Estonia and even ‘older’ Eurozone countries
Continue reading Estonia Vs Slovenia
According to Tõnu Toompark on his adaur blog, 96 per cent of residential dwelling space in Estonia is in private hands.
The total number of residential items comes to 657 800 units, only a small increase on the last 12 years, with only three per cent of dwellings owned by local governments and one per
Continue reading Statistics: 96 Per Cent Of Residential Dwelling Space In Estonia Is In Private Sector
The 30th Olympic Summer Games commence today in London, with the opening ceremony a little over eight hours away at the time of writing, and some events (e.g. football) already underway.
There are several Estonian athletes taking part, and we at Tallinn Property will be supporting all of them.
Most noteworthy is discus thrower Gert
Continue reading Tallinn Property Wishes All Estonian Athletes Good Luck In the London Olympics
According to a recent report by Robin Ilves on the Estonian Public Broadcasting English language site, the Estonian government has announced plans for a nationwide scheme for nature conservation and protection.
The new plan, to be carried out by the Ministry of the Environment, appropriately enough, spans until 2020, the report said.
Estimated at a
Continue reading National Conservation Strategy Developed For Estonia
An article first published on this blog on 11th July, 2012.
As we previously blogged about, the electricity market in Estonia, hitherto having been a state monopoly, is due to be open to the market come January 2013, with all the pros and cons that this entails (our previous article lists some of these if
Continue reading Many In Estonia Still Unaware Of Imminent Electricity Market Liberalisation