Wed, 11 May 2011: Food forcing inflation surge…

Compared to March, the price of edible oil and sugar increased by more than 15 percent,” wrote the bank specialist. The expert also notes the special effect of one-off commodity price incr...

Wed, 9 Mar 2011: Inflation rate raises eyebrows…

From the previous month, prices rose 0.6 percent. Global food-price increases may raise Estonia’s average annual inflation this year to 4 percent from 2.7 percent in 2010, before declining...

Thu, 13 Jan 2011: Inflation worries return to Estonia…

The median estimate in a survey of three analysts was for a rate of 5.5 percent. In the month, prices grew 0.5 percent. Inflation expectations were high ahead of euro entry on Jan. 1, even as Pr...

Wed, 13 Oct 2010: Retailers suspected of milking the market…

29. “I urge the consumer protection and competition watchdogs to pay particular attention to what is happening to our prices.” Estonia said on Oct. 7 that September annual inflation ...

Wed, 13 Oct 2010: Price of necessities rising, luxuries falling…

In September, increasing prices of clothing, footwear and food, as well as lower prices for goods and services related to housing had the major impact on consumer price change. In the food group,...

Thu, 15 Apr 2010: One-off inflation numbers test euro readiness…

The European Commission and the European Central Bank are due to report next month on whether Estonia meets the currency bloc’s fiscal and inflation targets, serving as a recommendation for ...

Thu, 20 Aug 2009: Faint glimmer of hope for real estate…

The property entrepreneur says that at the moment banks are not playing any major role in the real estate market. "Banks are not providing loans for real estate. They are only gradually taking a...

Wed, 30 Nov 2005: Gazprom hints at significant price increases for Balts, CIS countries…

But the prospect of a 50 percent increase, which may not occur all at once, has Baltic energy officials in a sweat. In Lithuania, the government is considering measures to soften the blow on priva...

Wed, 30 Nov 2005: Farmers take jam to Brussels to protest sugar fine…

30. Excess stocks should be either exported or turned into fodder or fuel, but not consumed by Estonians. The matter has been taken to a European court, where Estonian lawyers will try to prove th...
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