TALLINN - The Estonian Finance Ministry issued a more optimistic economic forecast on Friday, raising the economic growth forecast for this year to 2.2 percent from the previous forecast of 1.7 percent, reports Public Broadcasting. The ministry’s new forecast is in the same range as what most commercial banks have forecast. Eesti Pank forecasts 2.6 percent economic growth for this year.“All signs show that despite the world economy’s insecurity, there is reason to be moderately optimistic about Estonia’s outlook,” said Finance Minister Jurgen Ligi.&l...
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