TALLINN - According to a fourth-quarter poll carried out by the Estonian Institute of Economic Research, 60 percent of industrial enterprises cited that their principal problem was low demand, says the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, reports LETA. According to businesspeople, projections on production volumes remain modest for the near future. Thirteen percent of industrial enterprises noted the shortage of labor force as a factor that hinders production growth; this was the highest the indicator has been in the past three years.Consequently, there is a contin...
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