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The Tax and Customs Board has been handed the keys to a new 12,000-square-meter office in the Ülemiste City district, near the airport.

All seven of Tallinn's tax offices will move into a newly constructed 10-floor triple tower complex in the next few months, the Tax Board said in a press release today.

The taxmen will occupy half of the Ragnar Nurkse Building, named after the Estonian economist.

The board had been looking to move into one building since since 2004, when the tax and customs authorities were united.



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