Law change to award vocational higher education graduates bachelor degrees
Estonia approves plan for visas with right to employment for youngsters with Japan
Estonia reaches out to its ethnic Russians at long last
Baltic states awarded International Peace of Westphalia Prize
Narva: The EU’s ‘Russian’ city
Estonia’s Soviet-era housing finds new eco-friendly future
Amazon’s Estonian subsidiary veiled in secret
The US retail giant Amazon established approximately a month ago its Estonian subsidiary Amazon Data Services Estonia OÜ, which leads to a conclusion that the concern plans to set up a data center here or offer cloud services. But the world’s largest online department store keeps its activities under a veil of secrecy.
E-Residency is 4 years old so here’s 4 surprising facts about the programme
Estonia became the first country to launch e-Residency four years ago tomorrow when journalist Edward Lucas was handed an e-Residency digital ID card by then Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. Estonia’s e-resident population has grown considerably since then to about 50,000 people from 157 countries who have established around 6,000 new companies though the programme.