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The Lithuanian energy minister Arvydas Sekmokas announced on 18 May that the situation at the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant - which stopped operating in December 2009 - is critical. 60% of the funds (mainly offered by the EU)…
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The European Commission (EC) in its Convergence Report, published on 12 May, put forward a motion about Estonia joining the euro zone in 2011. The final decision in this issue will be taken by the finance ministers of the EU countries…

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On 27 May, Estonia will be the first former USSR republic to join the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Tallinn also expects to become the newest member of the eurozone on 1 January 2011. Despite a…
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On 4 May, the government adopted a concept for amending the law regulating the electric energy sector and a sector reform for the implementation of the EU’s third energy package. A reshuffle among the key companies in the…