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Articles and sites to improve understanding of the economic issues covered in the June 2013 pre-release case study.
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Europe’s Submerging Economies | Global Policy Journal - Practitioner, Academic, Global Governance, International Law, Economics, Security, Institutions, Comment & Opinion, Media, Events, Journal

Europe’s Submerging Economies | Global Policy Journal - Practitioner, Academic, Global Governance, International Law, Economics, Security, Institutions, Comment & Opinion, Media, Events, Journal | F585 Pre-release articles | Scoop.it
Paul Collier argues that we need to disaggregate the label ‘developed country’ to acknowledge the inability of some countries to compete in the global economy.
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Thatcher, Major Influence on 1990s Estonian Economic Policy, Dead at 87 | Politics | News | ERR

Thatcher, Major Influence on 1990s Estonian Economic Policy, Dead at 87 | Politics | News | ERR | F585 Pre-release articles | Scoop.it
Estonian Public Broadcasting News in English
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The Observatory of Economic Complexity :: Estonia Exports, Imports and Trade Partners

Networks in Macro Economics
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High euro is crippling growth, says Oleg Deripaska - Telegraph

High euro is crippling growth, says Oleg Deripaska - Telegraph | F585 Pre-release articles | Scoop.it
The euro is trading at an inexplicably high rate to the dollar, preventing eurozone nations from finding growth, says Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska.
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Sustainable development - Statistics Estonia

Sustainable development - Statistics Estonia | F585 Pre-release articles | Scoop.it
Official statistics on the Estonian environment, population, social life and economy; questionnaires and classifications being used in the production of statistics.
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