Although he is in the business of transporting people from A to B, Flemming Andersen did not think his interest in Estonia would lead to a major move for him. In the driver's seat of a bus company in Denmark, Andersen was wheeling his way along when he paid a visit to Estonia in May 1994. As a businessman, he saw great potential in the country and was particularly interested in the privatization of its old state bus company. At the same time, his interest in the cultural and social life of the country grew. "Estonia and Denmark have quite a lot in common. Although I will always be a Dane, I...
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