Uuring: Venemaa-vastased sanktsioonid lõikasid Soome ekspordist 1,8 miljardit dollarit (1)
Venemaa-vastased sanktsioonid on 2013. aasta detsembrist 2015. aasta juunini kärpinud Soome eksporti 1,8 miljardit dollarit ehk 100 miljonit dollarit kuus, kirjutab Helsingi ülikooli majandusteaduse dotsent Pertti Haaparanta oma blogis.
Tiit Vähi: anti-Russia torch of war damaging to business
Estonia ought to alter current course and support removal of anti-Russia economic sanctions imposed after annexation of Crimea says former prime minister turned transit businessman Tiit Vähi.
04.07.2016, Andres ReimerPM
Beer river from Latvia rising to drown Estonia's packaging system
Beer bought in Latvia and guzzled in Estonia may deal death blow to Estonian packaging return system which has worked well for a decade.
10.06.2016, Hanneli RudiPM
Editorial: how much more left to live as inmates in India?
After over two long years in India, the five year prison sentence was bad news for ship guards and loved ones. And to all of us hoping for the best.
Playtech teeb järjekordse suurostu
Iisraeli miljardäri Teddy Sagi poolt asutatud veebikasiinode ja -mängude tarkvara arendav Playtech ostab 105 miljoni dollariga valuutakauplemisplatvormi Ava Trade, kirjutab Reuters.
Study reveals drop in Estonian black market for cigarettes
The share of illicit cigarettes in Estonia has dropped by 1.9 percentage points on year to 18.8 percent, a fresh study shows.
Estonia, Moldova could boost trade with dairy products, wine-
The Estonian and Moldovan agriculture ministers came at a meeting in Moldova to the conclusion that bilateral trade could be increased by selling Estonian dairy products in Moldova and Moldovan wine in Estonia.
The United States and Estonia - NATO Allies and Global Partners
President Obama met with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves and Estonian Prime Minister Tavi Roivas in Tallinn, Estonia on September 3. The visit reinforced the close ties between the United States and Estonia, which are rooted in our shared values, ideals, and interests.
04.09.2014, The White House, Office of the Press SecretaryPM
In June the decrease in trade decelerated
According to Statistics Estonia, in June 2014, exports of goods increased by 1% and imports decreased by 1% at current prices compared to June of the previous year. In the first half-year of this year, the decrease in exports and imports was mostly influenced by a fall in the trade of electrical equipment and transport equipment.
In May foreign trade decreased
According to Statistics Estonia, in May 2014, exports of goods decreased by 9% and imports by 4% at current prices compared to May of the previous year. The decrease in exports and imports was mostly influenced by a fall in the trade of electrical equipment and mechanical appliances.
Russia visited mainly to fetch food
Gone are the days when the eager ones in Narva did multiple daily walks across the border hauling home vodka and cigarettes, to do business in native Estonia. Now, it’s «just for me» that they fetch stuff from there. Meanwhile, goods increasingly flow from Estonia to Russia.
16.06.2014, Sirje NiitraPM
In April foreign trade decreased
According to Statistics Estonia, in April 2014, exports of goods decreased by 5% and imports by 4% at current prices compared to April of the previous year. The decrease in exports was mostly influenced by a fall in the trade of electrical equipment.
Editorial: hoist Estonian flag in mast of every vessel? Never!
Maritime matters do matter for Estonia. Even so, expecting Estonia to favour the well-paid sailors by, for instance, having them treated in our excellent hospitals without paying taxes is just not fair towards other Estonian taxpayers.
In March foreign trade grew
According to Statistics Estonia, in March 2014, exports of goods increased by 1% and imports by 4% at current prices compared to March of the previous year. Foreign trade had declined for nine consecutive months compared to the same month of the previous year, but in March foreign trade increased.
Last year Estonia’s trade decreased
According to Statistics Estonia, in 2013, exports of goods decreased by 2% and imports by 1% at current prices, compared to 2012. In 2013, exports and imports decreased after three years of successive growth.
10.02.2014, Andres EinmannPM
In August trade declined compared to the previous year
According to Statistics Estonia, in August 2013, both exports and imports of goods decreased by 11% at current prices compared to August of the previous year. Exports have declined for three successive months, compared to the same month of the previous year. Compared to July, exports increased by 7%.
In January trade was increased by the transport equipment
According to Statistics Estonia, in January 2013, exports of goods grew by 19% and imports by 16% at current prices compared to January of the previous year. Foreign trade was influenced by the non-recurrent big-volumed trade transactions with transport equipment.