TALLINN - The coronavirus pandemic may give rise to hidden protectionism in the export markets of Estonian food industries, it appears from a report by the Foresight Center of the parliament.
The first virus wave saw monthly revenues drop 20.6 percent in the manufacture of beverages while food production underwent the largest decline in April, decreasing 6.9 percent.
"The food industry has coped well with the coronavirus pandemic and remained relatively stable," Foresight Center expert Uku Varblane said. "The impact of the crisis first ma...
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