The Economics affairs ministry wants to phase out the sale of anonymous prepaid mobile SIM cards citing their widespread use for criminal activities using "burner" phones.
The government debt to GDP ratio for Estonia was 18.5% at the end of 2Q20, which was the lowest among the EU’s member states.
Referendum that could rule out gay marriage in Estonia brought forward to spring 2021.
Pledge made at virtual summit as Washington seeks to counter Chinese influence in Central and Southeast Europe.
Latvia's population decreased by 7,100 as a result of natural population change in January-September, to an estimated 1,898,000 as of October 1.
Chinese telecoms giant urges Tallinn to reconsider draft regulation that would prevent it from working with local telecoms operators.
High-tech companies Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT) and MikroTik have jointly established a 5G laboratory, which is already testing 5G technology solutions.
All three Baltic countries have posted year-on-year declines in exports for January-August 2020.
The EU’s credibility was on the line as delegates met on October 1 in Brussels for a two-day summit to discuss a slew of headaches plaguing the Union.
Sales of electrical household appliances and cultural and recreation goods helped push up retail turnover.
The sinking of MS Estonia was the deadliest maritime disaster to have occurred in European waters, killing 852 people from 17 countries.
The share of non-cash payments in the total volume of payments is gradually increasing.