TALLINN - Estonia’s economy probably expanded 5 to 6 percent from a year earlier in the fourth quarter, the Finance Ministry said, citing slower electronics exports and warmer weather, reports Bloomberg.The $19 billion economy probably “was little changed” compared with the previous quarter on a seasonally adjusted basis, Madis Aben, an analyst with the Ministry’s fiscal policy department in the capital, Tallinn, said on Feb. 3 in an e-mailed response to questions. The national statistics office is due to release the data on Feb. 10.“Developments are...
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