Over the past five years, Estonia has seen a record number of industrial parks develop across the nation. Some are supported by the local government, while others are privately owned. Yet all are becoming an increasingly affordable option for production and warehousing, with some land plots being sold at below market price. As Lasnamae Industrial Park board member Rein Pinn explains, "Since we sell production areas under the market value, we want to know exactly what business projects are planned and how many jobs will be created. We have a social orientation.'' And although this mentalit...
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