Western companies planning Baltic business operations tend to start first with Estonia and then move on to Latvia, proceeding to Lithuania only after these two, according to the Business Eastern Europe bulletin. Estonia and Latvia have the advantage of concentrated purchasing power in their capitals, which helps Western companies keep costs low, says the bulletin, published by The Economist Intelligence Unit. An additional advantage for Estonia is its closeness to the Finnish capital, and that many Western companies start out in the Baltic market from Helsinki. (6)
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