Tallinn (AFP) - The small Baltic country of Estonia hopes digital innovation will turn it into a global superpower in e-commerce by offering foreigners e-residency IDs, and opening the door to doing business online throughout the European Union.
As you enter Estonia's capital by ferry, the image you get is one of romantic Europe. But Tallinn's skyline â dominated by an eclectic mix of church spires â creates an illusion at odds with Estonia's reputation as the 'least religious' country in Europe, and possibly the world. Scott Yeoman explores why.
WARSAW/LONDON/MOSCOW, November 21 Fitch Ratings has affirmed Estonia's City of Tallinn's Long-term foreign and local currency ratings at 'A' with Stable Outlook. Fitch has also affirmed Tallinn's Short-term ...
Numerous demonstrators went out to the streets of Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, to promote the traditional family values and speak out against a proposed Civil Partnership Act, which also concerns homosexual couples.