Transport potential not fully realized in Estonia

  • 2009-08-19
  • By Ella Karapetyan
TALLINN - Due to its favorable economic and geographical position, Estonia has become a transit gateway for east-west as well as north-south trade. Its location is ideal for the creation of efficient transportation links and distribution chains of goods and services for companies in Europe and in other parts of the world. In fact, one of the shortest and best developed transit corridors uniting CIS countries and Europe passes through Estonia. Together with ports, rail service comprises an important infrastructure for the Estonian economy. The majority of the goods transported by railway...
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