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Estonia Coalition Pledges Budget Surplus By 2014, Tax Cuts

Estonia’s ruling coalition, which bolstered its majority in parliamentary elections earlier this month, pledged to achieve a budget surplus by 2014 and cut taxes from 2013.

The Reform Party of Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and the junior coalition party Isamaa ja Res Publica Liit of former Premier Mart Laar plan to “increase the fiscal reliability of Estonia as a destination for new investments and jobs” and to keep the tax system unchanged, according to the draft coalition agreement e-mailed late yesterday.

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