The Estonian company Ecomet Invest AS is set to open at the start of August a battery recycling plant in the Russian town of Slantsy near the Estonian-Russian border.
It is predicted that the 32-million-euro plant will employ 82 workers.
The Estonian Finance Ministry has composed a bill that exempts the cost of gym membership and other physical exercise related expenditures incurred by the employer in the amount of up to 400 euros annually from the fringe benefit tax from 2018.
"Employers will get broader ...
While present plans foresee major upgrades in progress at Tallinn Airport in the second half 2017, the company is ready to ensure satisfactory capacity should Estonia's presidency of the European Union be moved up by six months.
"We are prepared to ensure in co-operati...
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