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- SEB: Estonia hit by housing price bubbleEconomyEstonians may enjoy consuming boom till entrepreneurs are able to produce ever more effectively, lift wages and keep unemployment rise in check, says SEB chief Allan Parik, who thinks that while sailing on thin ice in this crisis-smelling world, Estonian businessmen stand on secure foundations and have thus far managed to react correctly to changes in economic environment. Domestic consumption remains solid, unemployment is low, and entrepreneurs are showing strong competitiveness on the weak external markets. No near term solution is to be expected t the differences with Russia, and therefore it makes no sense inserting deals with them into business plans.
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- Estonia envisions «nothing notable» tomorrowEconomyFresh from extraordinary Eurogroup gathering in Brussels, Estonian finance minister Sven Sester (IRL) told journalists at Tallinn Airport that nothing notable would be happening the day after rescue programme expires: Greece will not exit eurozone, Estonia’s and other euro users’ guarantees will not be capitalised, but Greece itself will experience increased financial instability.
- Editorial: mess made yet hope not lostOpinion«Tsipras messed up.» The words by a eurozone official to Reuters serve to describe the conundrum created by the Greek prime minister by TV address to nation at midnight this past Saturday. On Friday evening the outlook had been a bit more benign: almost half a year of talks with the new Greek government under their belt, European leaders believed (or wanted to believe) that an agreement regarding continued Greek reforms would become reality. The needy one was Greece itself, firstly: this was the condition to be handed the last remaining €7.2bn of the €245bn aid package. The deadline is tomorrow as €1.6bn is to be paid back to International Monetary Fund.
- Editorial: the boat people – a shared EU burdenOpinionStuffed into boats, refugees are drowning in the Mediterranean. Last year alone, 278,000 illegal EU border crossings were registered in the region. On their way to Europe, about 3,000 lost their lives. This year, the numbers are on the increase and, already, close to 2,500 have perished. Formerly regarded as a burden for the countries of destination, the crowds coming have swelled so large as to trigger the issue of EU responsibility.
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