Brexit end up cost Estonian businesses

Brexit could end up costing Estonian businesses a lot

The Tax and Customs Board urges Estonian companies to prepare for a hard Brexit that would bring customs fees and new certificates. Aircraft interiors maker Magnetic MRO has had enough of uncertainty. “Deal or no deal, we have made our decision and the train has left the station,” said CEO Risto Mäeots.

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Estonian minister emphasizes importance of cooperation between US, Baltics in energy

Estonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas at a meeting of the energy ministers of the United States, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in Vilnius on Sunday said that in the coming decades, there will be a great deal of work to move towards a climate neutral economy, and mutual cooperation in terms of both knowledge and technological solutions will be important.

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Estonia: Enefit Green’s Polish solar power plants showing good output

Enefit Green, subsidiary of the state-owned Estonian energy group Eesti Energia, saw electricity production of 64 gigawatt-hours (GWh) in July, of which most or 58 GWh was produced by wind farms located in Estonia and Lithuania, but very good production figures were also seen at the company’s solar power plants, including the recently bought solar power plants in Poland.


Irish Estonian Business Network closes its doors

The Irish Estonian Business Network, an organization aimed at fostering Estonian-Irish relations in business, culture and other areas, has ceased its operations after five years. According to data on the companies register and the e-krediidiinfo

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Amazon establishes subsidiary in Estonia

U.S. retail giant Amazon has established a subsidiary, Amazon Data Services Estonia OÜ, fueling speculation that the company is seeking to establish a data center or start providing cloud services in Estonia.