by Mel Huang The reports issued this summer on the disproportionately higher GDP of northern Estonia (centred around Tallinn) highlighted the need to develop the rest of the country. Naturally, as the capital, centre of commerce and hub for transit and tourism, Tallinn boasts a distinct advantage. Still, an overly Tallinn-centric Estonia is dangerous for […]

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