Taavi Veskimagi shuffles his feet, adjusts his socks and grabs a sheet of paper and pen in order to get a complex fiscal idea across to a reporter. With the recent resignation of Finance Minister Tonis Palts, 29-year-old Veskimagi, former treasurer of the Res Publica party and a Finance Ministry adviser, found himself in charge of the ministry last month, and he is fidgety.But after one month on the job in the peak of the budget season, the finance minister still finds time for his hobbies - playing soccer and following the Spanish premier league - and stresses his most important goal in ...
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