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Thursday, 28.08.2014, 16:07
Estonia and Northern Ireland concluded an agreement for exchanging experiences and creating joint projects for developing government sector e-services, writes LETA/Postimees Online.
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East Capital Baltic Property Fund II managed by East Capital acquired Rimi Eesti Food’s logistics centre and headquarters near Tallinn, at Põrguvälja tee 3, Jüri. The property was previously owned by Kinnisvaravalduse AS, a subsidiary of RIMI / ICA group, AS Rimi Eesti Food will remain a long term lessee of the property. The purchase price was 13.4 million euros, at the asset's capitalisation rate of 8%, reported BC head of marketing and communications Andrija Lilleoja.
Competition Board approved the request from Apollo Kino OÜ, a cinema subsidiary of Apollo Group, for purchasing Solaris Kino OÜ from Solaris Property Partners, writes LETA/Postimees Online.
The still-to-be-published autumn economic outlook compiled by Estonian Ministry of Finance predicts that 2014 year’s economic growth will be 0.5% and next year 2.5%, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.
The E-Estonia Council convened on Tuesday, discussing issues related to the so-called real-time economy, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.
Statistics reported by the Tax and Customs Board in Estonia indicate that the number of people earning less than 3,200 euros per year is falling, as is the number of people earning more than 380,000 euros, writes LETA/Äripäev.
In order to duplicate important databases, Estonia is planning to create digital data embassies besides having so-called physical embassies, writes LETA/Postimees.