Enterprise Estonia (EAS) exceeded its direct foreign investment volume goal more than two-fold in 2018, tourism revenue continued to grow in the field of tourism and the export sales revenue of companies who are customers of EAS increased significantly quicker than the market average.
Erki Molder, chairman of the supervisory board of EAS, said that EAS has set clearer and measurable objectives for itself that have increased ambition to contribute to economic development more powerfully. "From the perspective of economic growth, more export, foreign investments and to...
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