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Updated: 18.05.2011

The best essays and drawings on the topic of the euro selected
21.12.2010
523 works were submitted by deadline to the essay and drawings competition “What do I like about the euro?”, organised by the Ministry of Finance, Unicef, the Bank of Estonia and the Estonian Olympic Committee.
Preparations for changeover to euro are about to be finished
15.12.2010
According to the Euro Changeover Expert Committee, who convened today on 14 December, the state’s preparations for changeover to euro are about to be finished.
The Euro Exhibition has arrived in Lääne-Viru county
13.12.2010
The exhibition introducing euro will be opened tomorrow at Põhjakeskus in Rakvere.
More than 350,000 euro coin starter kits sold by commercial banks and Eesti Post
13.12.2010
By Wednesday evening, commercial banks and Eesti Post had sold 351,420 starter kits of the Estonian euro coins.
Consumer Protection Board: 83% of the enterprises are correctly displaying dual prices
06.12.2010
Consumer Protection Board: 83% of the enterprises are correctly displaying dual prices.
Essay and drawing competition “What do I like about the euro?”
29.11.2010
Essay and drawing competition “What do I like about the euro?”
The central bank identified companies that mishandled Estonia's euro coins
29.11.2010
The central bank identified companies that mishandled Estonia's euro coins.
Additional distribution of euro calculators
29.11.2010
Within two and a half weeks, 560,672 euro calculators were distributed by postal and logistics companies throughout Estonia.
Consumer Protection Board’s survey of prices in November: the prices of staple goods have fallen in comparison with the previous years
29.11.2010
This time, the prices were observed in four Estonian towns: Tallinn, Tartu, Viljandi and Saaremaa.
Survey: support to euro adoption has increased
26.11.2010
According to the euro monitoring survey conducted at the request of Ministry of Finance and State Chancellery, in November 54% of the Estonian residents supported changeover to euro. Compared to October, the support has increased by five percentage point.