Anti-Crisis Measures, Euro Dominate Pahor's Talks in Estonia
Tallinn, 6 December - Prime Minister Borut Pahor gave some tips to his Estonian counterpart Andrus Ansip on the euro currency, which Slovenia introduced in 2007 and Estonia is due to adopt on 1 January 2011, as the pair met in Tallinn on Monday. The prime ministers also exchanged views on crisis measures, the STA learnt from Pahor's delegation.
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