TALLINN — Estonia has developed a strong reputation internationally for its e-governance innovations over the last decade.
But the well known IT businessman Andrei Korobeinik thinks otherwise.
Many countries have in recent years overtaken Estonia in the development of e-governance, he says.
“Our chief problem undoubtedly is that the size of the country prevents investment on the same scale as, for instance, the United States,” Korobeinik told the daily Postimees. He said by way of illustration that an e-service used by 300 million people costs on...
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