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The Foreign Investors Council of Estonia (FICE), in cooperation with the Foreign Chambers of Commerce, held an English-language interactive pre-election debate with the representatives of the major political parties in Estonia, with the focus on business climate and foreign investments, on Wednesday. You can watch the full debate below.

Estonia is due for a general election in less than a month. The only English-language election debate focused on the economic and fiscal outlook for the next four years to come. It featured former finance minister Jürgen Ligi (Reform Party), Head of the Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee Marko Mihkelson (IRL), Head of the Parliament's Financial Committee Rannar Vassiljev (Social Democrats), and political scientist Kerstin-Oudekki Loone (Center Party).

The debate took place on Wednesday, from 16:30-19:00. It was moderated by Andrus Alber, the president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia.

The debate starts 36 minutes into the video.

Editor: M. Oll



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