TALLINN - The competitiveness of the Estonian economy has improved in recent years, and this can be seen in the growth of GDP per capita, which is faster than in most of Estonia’s trading partners, Estonia’s central bank Eesti Pank said in its fresh competitiveness study, reports LETA. Eesti Pank said, though, that the growth in the Estonian economy has not been even and stable, and the recession in Estonia was deeper than it was in many other countries.The main source of income growth in Estonia has been the increase in market share for exports of goods and services to ...
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