Äripäev writes that a case of an Armenian family who moved to Estonia three years ago and has been planning to open a national restaurant in Estonia shows that it’s tough for refugees to start their own business in Estonia.
The main problem that is that banks are unwilling to grant loans to a family that does not have citizenship. They also don’t comply with the requirements to the grants offered by Enterprise Estonia.
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