TALLINN - The Estonian government approved on April 26 the renewed plan to raise Estonia’s competitiveness, which is a part of the closer coordination of European Union states’ economic cooperation, reports Aripaev Online. The government also formulated the plan of the next structural reforms of Estonia that should be implemented by June 2013.Regarding economic growth and raising competitiveness, it prescribed revising the university network and principles of financing general education as well as simplifying entrepreneurship support and better channeling of them to raise ...
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