TALLINN – The number of Estonian e-residents of British origin has more than tripled since the United Kingdom announced its withdrawal from the European Union.
Businesses in the UK are looking for ways to continue doing business in the EU common market after Brexit. One solution is considered to be Estonia's e-residency program, which allows people to continue their business without physically leaving the UK, Enterprise Estonia (EAS) said.
Approximately a third of small enterprises in the United Kingdom will miss the free trade between member ...
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