(On "Study green-lights EU accession" in TBT #365)Of course the recent KPMG study "green-lights EU accession" for Estonia. Government boosters are salivating to enter the perceived promised land of EU membership, so this government-funded study's pro-EU conclusions are no surprise.However, there are several flaws in the authors' statements. First, contrary to Erik Turk's statement, it is indeed possible to examine Estonian economic growth under a nonmembership scenario. Two countries with strong Pan-European trade links – Norway and Switzerland – have chosen to stay out of the EU, and neith...
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