TALLINN - Functioning solutions have to be devised quickly in order for the impact of the coronavirus on the Estonian economy to be as small as possible, Finance Minister Martin Helme has said.
"It's difficult to predict right now how long the virus will last and what its eventual scale will be, but it is already negatively affecting the global economy and the economy of Estonia," Helme said at the meeting of a working group that gathered to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on Monday.
"It is a task of the state to do everyt...
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