Ilves: EU must demonstrate convincingly what is important to usLocal News
- Altering public contracts significantly simplifiedEconomy
- Europe debates limits to free movement of workersEconomy
- Editorial: mist over English Channel. AgainOpinionThese past months, debate over free movement of workers has been heated up by British government. Not only will this give Britain a «nasty country image» (as alleged by EU labour and social affairs commissioner Laszlo Andor) but may cool the already lukewarm relations with the rest of the European Union. Free movement of workers being a pillar of the single market, shaking this is not something the union may take lightly.
- EU budget chief: Estonia proved a success-storyEconomy
- Editorial: Europe approves budget to Estonia’s satisfactionOpinion
- Ministry pulls wool over EU eyesEconomy
- Tobacco directive requirements milder than expectedLocal NewsWhile European Parliament thought it necessary to toughen tobacco rules, overly harsh proposals were voted down in Strasbourg, yesterday. The directive ratified will not ban thin cigarettes nor consider e-cigarettes a medicine. The directive aims at making tobacco products less attractive for youth.
- Kallas keeps options openLocal News
- Estonian diplomat appointed head of EU monitoring mission in GeorgiaLocal News
- EU sulphur directive support bound to create inequality - KallasEconomyGuidelines on how European Union member states can support their enterprises in meeting the requirements of the sulphur directive include state aid, but the state aid funds are completely in the hands of individual states which is bound to create certain inequality, European Commission Vice President and Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas says.
- Estonia and Lithuania most successful in using EU grantsEconomyEstonia, Latvia and Lithuania are still the most successful users of European Union structural funds in Central and Eastern Europe and the rate of paid out subsidies is the highest in Estonia and Lithuania, where 59 percent of support projects are covered by contracts, an analysis by the Central and Eastern Europe unit of KPMG shows.
- Estonians optimistic about future of EU - surveyLocal News
- Smallness of Estonia creates corruption hazardLocal News
- Estonia, Bulgaria to intensify cooperation for 2018 EU presidencyLocal News
- Estonia to send a fourth expert to EU monitoring mission in GeorgiaLocal News
- Ergma: Lithuania has raised important topics for EU presidencyLocal News
- Tallinn Seaplane Harbor awarded EU prizeLocal News
- Culture Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou: enough said of economy. Europe needs a soul Video!Local News