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Estonian unicorn Bolt requests a loan from the state

The Estonian ridesharing company, Bolt, hard hit by the coronavirus crisis, has asked the Estonian government to step in to save the company. Bolt is particularly hard hit by the current coronavirus crisis. What was previously the Europe’s third fastest growing company, has seen 85% of its turnover wiped off …

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The Kremlin claims the Estonian purchase of protective gear was Russian humanitarian aid

The Kremlin has claimed that the Estonian and Latvian joint purchase of protective gear from China was, instead, Russian humanitarian aid. Last week, good news spread in Estonia during the coronavirus emergency crisis. On Thursday, 2 April, a plane with millions of protective masks and other protective equipment landed in …

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Local defence industry companies offer to build new armoured vehicles in Estonia

Milrem Robotics, an Estonian manufacturer of unmanned ground vehicles, is proposing that Estonia order new armoured vehicles for its defence forces from a local consortium, instead of a Finnish producer, Patria. Milrem Robotics announced the proposal on its Facebook page on 2 April. “Together with other Estonian defence industry companies, we …

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Estonians are building the school of tomorrow

Tallinn University scientists are exploring new ways of learning in the digital age; passive listening doesn’t bring the best results, they say. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia. Written By Marian Männi. Spending a day in a conference room with many coffee breaks and endless presentations. Sounds …

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How to operate building services to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

The Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations, REHVA, has published a guidance on the operation and the use of building services in areas with a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia. Representing a network of more than 120,000 engineers from …

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