TALLINN - The economy is exhibiting a number of warning signs, and Estonia must be ready to face a possible crisis, Prime Minister Juri Ratas said.
"What is undoubtedly primary today are the lives and health of the people of Estonia," the premier noted during parliament question time on Wednesday. "There is no way around the warning signs in the economy, and there are at present many of them."
Existing economic forecasts are no longer applicable, according to Ratas.
"Making new reliable forecasts is impossible...
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