Government Communication Unit, 22 April 2014 18:06 Prime Minister Rõivas: we should make more use of research potential in governance
Tartu, 22 April 2014 – Taavi Rõivas paid his first visit to Tartu as Prime Minister to meet with the Managment Board of the University of Tartu and the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and discuss the future of higher education, as well as seek opportunities for closer cooperation between the universities and the state.
The main topic at the meeting with the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration was the use of the research potential in governance with a goal to contribute to the increase in productivity. “To raise the standard of living of the Estonians, we must create the prerequisites for the growth of productivity. The analytic capability of the economists is a resource that could be us...
Government Communication Unit, 15 April 2014 14:40 Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas: A quick agreement is needed regarding Balticconnector and the LNG terminals
Helsinki, 15 April 2014 - At his meeting with Jyrki Katainen, Prime Minister of Finland, Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas stressed the need to reach a quick agreement regarding Balticconnector and the LNG terminals, in order to finish the long-drawn-out process.
Government Communication Unit, 14 April 2014 18:08 Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas departs for a working visit to Finland
Stenbock House, 14 April 2014 – Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas will depart for a working visit to Finland, where he has a longer working meeting with his Finnish colleague Jyrki Katainen and he will also meet with President of Finland Sauli Niinistö
Government Communication Unit, 10 April 2014 20:29 The Government will send the drafts regarding car taxation to the Riigikogu for discussion
The Government approved the amendment drafts on the Income Tax Act and the Value Added Tax (VAT) Act related to car taxation at today’s cabinet meeting and will send them to the Riigikogu for discussion.
Government Communication Unit, 10 April 2014 18:37 The Government agreed on the fiscal policy priorities for the next four years
The Government agreed on the objectives of fiscal policy for the next four years at today’s cabinet meeting. The aim of the Government is to ensure the security in Estonia, increase incomes and welfare, reduce child poverty and keep the public finances in order.
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