BMI View: Estonia's freight transport sector will continue to be affected by a drop in exports owing to a
lack of demand from Russian markets (as a result of the food import ban) in addition to continuing
economic weaknesses in Europe and especially in the Nordic coun ..."
Estonia's freight transport sector will continue to face headwinds in 2015, with the country's current account
returning to deficit in 2015, with EU economic sanctions on Russia suppressing exports and the accelerating
economic recovery boosting import levels.
Estonia registered a 0.4% year-on-year (y-o-y) rise in GDP on a seasonally and working-day adjusted basis
in Q3 2013, according to preliminary data released by Statistics Estonia (RTT News). This followed the 1%
increase in GDP registered in Q2 2013. Economic growth w ..."
BMI View: Steady Growth
We have trimmed back our GDP growth projections for Estonia in 2012 and 2013, to reflect the ongoing
troubles of the Eurozone. BMI now expects the economy to grow by 2.4% in 2012 and 3.0% in 2013:
both these numbers are a few decimals of a percentage po ..."