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Initially released within the pre-EU-accession interval, this variation of Doing enterprise with Estonia has been up to date to take account of the post-accession adjustments to the felony and monetary surroundings. It continues to be a definitive appraisal of the commercial process and funding weather, together with an exam of the felony constitution and enterprise law, details at the monetary quarter and distinct top perform on all facets of buying and selling with and making an investment in Estonia. Estonia is thought of as one among crucial and jap Europe's such a lot winning transitional economies and rising markets. The consultant additionally offers an summary of key sectors of exchange and funding.

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Estonia is unlikely to have difficulty in satisfying the Maastricht criteria for eurozone entry. 3 Changes in the Estonian Business Environment upon EU Entry Urmas Varblane, University of Tartu Estonia began accession negotiations with the European Union in 1997. EU membership was regarded as the crowning end-point of its transformation from a planned to a market economy. The Copenhagen summit in December 2002 fixed the deadline of expansion at May 2004 and the accession negotiations were concluded.

Estonia’s foreign trade policy has been somewhat unique: customs tariffs practically did not exist in the 1990s and there were minimal restrictions to enterprises developing foreign economic relations. Since 1 January 2000, a limited number of tariffs have been introduced on agricultural products against non-EU countries and those which do not have free trade agreements with Estonia. Estonian exports and imports have been rapidly increasing since 2001. While the weak demand for Estonian exports reduced the total amount of exports by 2 per cent in 2002, at the same time imports increased by 6 per cent and the foreign trade deficit grew.

Foreign Direct Investment 37 In terms of world recognition, Estonia is still a well-kept secret, and it needs to boost its identity as an investment location. The recent work of Brand Estonia, a branding exercise for the country, will help to raise its profile. Estonia’s present level of research and development activity is considered inadequate to sustain its competitive position over the long term. This issue has been recognized and the development of a knowledge-based Estonia is a major priority.

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