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Rõtov: Andrus Ansip and Jürgen Ligi deserve their honors

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So Now Asstonia has become super power and one of five most rich countires in EU? I think Anzip and other Lolli deserve a Boot in the right place. Reply to the comment answer
~Dickhead [23.12.2011, 14:30]
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Interesting...On one side he writes ",only 50,000 wage-earners who make more than a thousand euros a months...... Thousands young and talented people have moved abroad to earn higher wages".
And on the other side he is proud that IMF included Estonia among developed countries, and want to give Unzip a medal !
Doesn't this say all about IMF, Rõtov and Unzip ? Reply to the comment answer
~Norwegian [23.12.2011, 16:16]
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The only reason why the IMF included Estonia among developed countries, is because Estonia is now in the eurozone. Reply to the comment answer
~Mark [23.12.2011, 16:50]
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Mark is right. There is no other reason. And - I would not honour a man, wo was in Tartu a KP-member.
Prognose 2012: growth 0, 5 - 0,8 percent maybe Estonia. Investments towards Estonia freeze, this means: lifting of livingprizes without the lifting of salaries.
Honour Ansip and Liigi for this, if You like. Reply to the comment answer
~scheileke [23.12.2011, 17:16]
What are you basing your prognosis on? All the articles I have read on this and other sites are more positive about growth and investment for next year?
~@ [24.12.2011, 09:47]
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As a non Estonia who has spent much of the past fifteen years investing in Estonia and assisting Estonia to export may I add some comments. First, those Estonians who move abroad probably send money back to Estonia and often remain involved in their home country. They also spread the awareness of Estonia and increase the respect in which your country is held abroad. As a nation you are respected and trusted despite some individual failures. Your Prime Minister is highly regarded by the majority of EU and other leaders. Your economy is improving. Of course you still have negatives, such as a high unemplyment but this will probably slowly reduce. So why not be grateful, try not to destroy what is good, have some respect for your own success and those leaders who have created your success. Reply to the comment answer
~The Cardinal [30.12.2011, 18:38]
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... an economy entirely dependent on EU handouts.
Congratulations Unzip with the self serving, back-slappingfest+Complacency, and sky high price rises/runaway consumer price inflation.

Wasn't Mr Ansip resposible for the 40% rise in fuel prices?

The country can't even find the cash to keep its most well known international musicians there, so it's yet more Pep talks + growth and investment for 2012 based on EU money. Reply to the comment answer
~And all that EU money they got.. [28.01.2012, 08:25]
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'... an economy entirely dependent on EU handouts.'

It's going to be fun watching you do mathmatical gymnastics to try and prove how the economy is ENTIRELY dependent on EU handouts. You do know the definition of 'entirely', don't you? Go ahead big guy. Let the show begin.

After that epic fail, then you can show us how Ansip is responsible, exclusive of all outside factors, for the fuel rise. Reply to the comment answer
~@epic fail [28.01.2012, 09:11]
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That's a smart way of lokiong at the world. Reply to the comment answer
~Christopher [22.02.2012, 06:17]
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Let`s honour also Janokovich, Putin and Lukashenkov and maybe posthum Uljanov and Dshugashvilli. Then it´s perfect. Reply to the comment answer
~scheileke [27.04.2012, 19:32]
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A bit surprised it seems to spimle and yet useful. Reply to the comment answer
~Angelika [05.08.2012, 03:08]
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