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Reform Priorities (April 2021)

Going for Growth 2021 - Estonia

The top policy priority is to recover strong labour market performance while preparing the workforce for greater use of digital technologies and low-carbon economic growth. Unemployment is expected to remain higher than before the pandemic and several categories of workers risk losing attachment to the labour market.

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2021 Structural Reform Priorities

  • Labour market: In the wake of the crisis, activation and training are essential to maintain inclusiveness, particularly for the low skilled
  • R&D and digitalisation: Boost digital infrastructure to promote business connectivity and dynamism
  • Energy: Improve energy efficiency to reduce high CO2 emissions
  • Tax system: Tilt taxation away from labour to spur an inclusive recovery
  • Competition and regulation: Reducing the stringency of the insolvency regime to promote a quicker recovery and efficient reallocation of resources


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