Ansip pledges to stay the course

  • 2007-04-25
  • Compiled by Joel Alas
On April 20 Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip faced a meeting of the joint foreign chambers of commerce. The audience was eager to hear of his plans to combat inflation, job shortages, property market waivers and growing economic concerns. His message was "There will be absolutely no change." After his speech, Ansip took questions from the floor. Roger Helmer, British Member of the European Parliament:You expressed concern about inflation and the commercial property market. I remember when we had a disastrous property crash in the U.K. because we were trying to peg the pound sterling ...
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