There are few countries in existence that have managed to successfully merge an embrace of new technologies with economic growth, as well as the tiny Baltic nation of Estonia. This small republic of 1.3 million, sandwiched between Latvia, Russia, and Finland has, in the best decade, gone from being one of the most impoverished countries in the Eurozone to one of the fastest-growing, in large part due to technology-fuelled growth that has centered largely on e-business and digital finance.
The country carefully cultivated a reputation as one of the most progressive en...
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