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
The recent adoption of the Euro in Estonia has not led to an immediate rise in residential real estate prices, according to Tõnu Toompark’s blog, adaur.ee (in Estonian). Citing real estate portal KV.ee’s own index for residential real estate prices, which yesterday settled at a figure of 61.9, a mere 3 per cent lower than
Continue reading No Signs That Euro Adoption In Estonia Has Led To Surge In Property Prices – Yet
The introduction of the Euro to Estonia on 1 January took place quite smoothly and with no major mishaps. Cash machines were closed from midday on 31 December, 2010 until the stroke of the new year 12 hours later, which may have left visitors and those unprepared for the new currency at a loose end
Continue reading Goodbye Kroon, Hello Euro – Practical Info On Estonia’s New Currency