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Estonia’s Tax and Customs Board plans to eliminate 120 jobs starting in July as it closes regional offices, Äripäev reported, citing a draft bill.
The job cuts would reduce payroll costs by EUR 585,000 (USD 781,500) in the second half of the year, with those funds to be added to the salaries of high-level officials, said the newspaper, which is based in the capital, Tallinn.
March 29, 2012 in Economy/Business | Permalink
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