ESTONIA: Fishery Viru Kalatoostus unsure about benefits of EU membership
Fishing firm Viru Kalatoostus, has admitted that it fears that when Estonia becomes a member of the European Union (EU), its business will deteriorate considerably. One of the largest fish processing plants in Estonia, Viru Kalatoostus is currently investing 30m kroons (US$1.73m) in order to meet EU-processing standards. The company's management explained to the Aripaev business daily however that there are few benefits to be had from the spending.
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