TALLINN - The mood among the Estonian businesspeople is becoming slightly more optimistic these days; much of the restructuring of companies has been made in the past year. New companies are being registered, even some work-places are being created, much of the available labor is waiting to meet the needs of new investors. Estonia has learned its lessons. Cuts and layoffs have been made, long-term strategic plans are by now revised. Most of all, it is clear that entrepreneurship, exports and investing into R&D shall be the important pillars of the Estonian economy in the f...
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