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Rail Baltica progressing well in Estonia

TRINITI was among the companies who established the Rail Baltica Business Network in Estonia (RBBN) www.rbbn.ee already back in 2015. At its annual meeting the members of the business club heard presentations on the progress of the Rail Baltica (RB) project in Estonia. Read more

Vienna Convention on consular relations

The format and rules for international relations are, to an important extent, established by two international treaties: the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963. Where the first of the two primarily deals with relations between states as subjects of international law, the Vienna Convention on Read more

5 reasons why reorganisation fails

The Reorganisation Act has been in force in Estonia for over a decade and companies suffering from economic difficulties have submitted hundreds of reorganisation plans to their creditors based on that law. However, the number of reorganisation plans approved by the creditors or the courts is considerably lower and there are only a few examples Read more

Honorary consul protects citizens abroad and promotes business

There are more than 20 000 honorary consuls worldwide. The Republic of Estonia alone has appointed over 180 persons in 84 different countries to act as honorary consuls. What are the main functions of these men and women and what can the honorary consul do for entrepreneurs? The activities of honorary consuls are regulated by the Read more

TEN-T Network – an Ambitious Plan to Connect Europe

TEN-T – the Trans-European Network of Transport is a new EU infrastructure policy to create a truly Pan-European transport network across all 28 Member States by 2030. Its 9 major corridors will link North with South (2 corridors), East with West (3 corridors) and add additional 4 diagonal corridors to replace today’s transport patchwork. The Read more

E20 – a Route to Success between East and West

E20 is a west to east United Nations (UNECE) defined route covering some 1800 km spanning Northern Europe from Limerick (Ireland) to St Petersburg (Russia). The total size of the „E20 economy“ is estimated at around 150 billion euros with a market in excess of 22 million people. Read more

Rail Baltic – Infrastructure Project of the Century

The new nort-south railway linking Tallinn-Riga-Kaunas-Warsaw named Rail Baltic is likely to become one of the largest infrastructure project of our century in this part of Europe. With the support of the EU, three Baltic countries have an ambitious plan to construct over 700 km of new European-gauge double track railway and reduce passanger journey Read more

Baltic countries must stop silly cock-fighting

One can often hear ambitious words in Estonia – that the real opportunities of our enterprises for the next decades are related to China, India, South-East Asia and other far-away markets. Indeed, the global economic crisis made Baltic enterprises adopt a wider view of export markets than before. It was a positive change for the Read more