TALLINN – The Estonian government has allocated five million euros to enable business operators active in the processing of fishery and aquaculture products to seek partial compensation of the loss of sales incurred by them as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
"In drafting the regulation, we kept in mind the goal of mitigating the negative economic impact arising from coronavirus on the processors of fishery and aquaculture products, in order to help preserve the sector's vitality and competitiveness," Minister of Rural Affairs Arvo Aller sai...
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