Stacks of sensitive data lying unprotectedLocal News
- Big banks «wait and see» regarding new credit reference systemEconomy
- The national victims registerLocal News
- By the hundreds, tax debtors go to mass grave via PanamaEconomyThe grand-named Panamanian company Transatlantic International Brokers Corp owns 168 firms says Estonian commercial register, all under liquidation with help by Raul Pint and his business partner Andrus Räppo. Nearly all owe taxes to Estonian state, some more and some less – but put together the arrears arise above a million euros.
- Yesterday, four percent of Tallink shares change hands over-the-counterEconomy
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- Farmers furious at requirement to register all handsLocal News
- Maritime reforms run agroundEconomyIn 1993, close to 70 cargo ships sailed under Estonian flag. Since April, the number is zero. In cooperation with economy ministry, maritime council (Merendusnõukoda) has worked for reforms for years. They have come up with a 94-page base document, and its application plan. By some, tax policy by Reform Party is seen as headwind.
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- Big passenger boats steer clear of Estonian registerLocal NewsAll large and lofty passenger vessels of Estonia, ferries connecting Tallinn to Helsinki and Stockholm, and mainland to isles, sail under Estonian flag. Proud of it, they never miss a chance to waive – even advertise – the blue, black and white banner. A maritime country, Estonia does own two vital ship companies: Saaremaa Laevakompanii and Tallink. The latter even the biggest of its kind, in the region.
- Tallinn grew mostLocal NewsAs revealed by population register, 2013 brought increase of inhabitants to 30 local governments, among which Tallinn – predictably – was main magnet: the capital, boosted by free public transport, played in another league. Population also grew briskly in areas around Tartu and a couple of communes next to Tallinn. The largest losers are to be found in Ida-Viru County: there, Kohtla-Järve shed 1,060 people over the year, Narva losing 1,013.