Country Intelligence Report: Estonia

March 2013
Estonia Country Monitor;Mar2013, p1
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A report on the economic condition of Estonia for 2013 is presented. It states that the economy of the country performed a rebound at the third quarter of 2012 due to the gross domestic product (GDP) experiencing 3.5 percent year-on-year. It cites that the domestic demand showed resiliency. It also mentions that the retail sector of the country will remain on a sustained recovery path.


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