As the economic crisis tightens its grip, location and smart business practice has become a matter of survival in Estonia's retail sector.Ingrid Mitt, a Tallinn-based licensed broker from Business Premises spoke to The Baltic Times about issues affecting the city's sector.How well are large shopping centers coping with the financial crisis?It depends. For the most part with bigger shopping centers in centrally located places there are not big problems. In major centers in Tallinn for example the situation with rent prices has not changed. It's still about 70 euro (1,095 EEK) per sq ...
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