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Estonia gets 715 million euros to develop rural life

Mushroom-hunting probably doesn’t qualify. The European Commission has earmarked 715 million euros for the development of rural life in Estonia. The money will be distributed over a period of seven years beginning next year. “Rural life development” is defined as improving the competitiveness of a country’s agriculture, food, and forestry sectors. If you’ve got an idea for creating jobs in rural areas, now is the time to meet with your local Estonian representative.