TALLINN — These are testing times for Estonian exports.
A recent macro-economic report conducted by Swedbank suggests that Estonia’s total export volumes are “expected to remain modest this year,” due to weaker demand in Russia and other neighbouring markets, alongside falling export prices.
The report forecasts Estonia’s exports bouncing back in 2016, however, underpinned by predicted growth among Estonia’s major trade partners.
Exports amount to 81% of Estonia’s GDP, meaning the robust health of Estonia’s...
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