TALLINN - The Estonian government approved on Sept. 24 at its extraordinary session the state budget bill for 2014, reports Public Broadcasting. The state budget revenues are targeted to increase by 4.3 percent as compared to what is expected to be collected this year, to 8 billion euros. Expenditures will increase by 4.9 percent to 8.06 billion euros.The nominal budget deficit is planned at 0.4 percent while the budget will have a 0.7 percent structural surplus.Finance Minister Jurgen Ligi pointed to a one-time increase of equity capital for Estonian Air as one reason for the nomi...
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