The e-letter sent to entrepreneurs contains links to the informative brochure in Estonian and Russian languages,
published at the “Euroveeb” website at euro.eesti.ee and
explaining in an integral manner all matters of entrepreneurship related to transition to the euro. Direct link to the
The brochure has been prepared by the euro communication task group of specialists in the field of transitioning to the euro. Additionally, the information letter included the Regulation of the Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications from June 4, published in the Riigi Teataja (State Gazette), which establishes the obligation to indicate prices in parallel as EEK and EUR amounts starting from July 1, 2010; also, instructions for performing this obligation were enclosed to the letter. Direct links: the regulation and the instructions.
According to Bärenklau, the posting of this letter was started on Monday, June 7, and the letter was sent to a total of 96,543 addressees. The sending of the e-mails took seven hours and was finished only shortly before the midnight. “The interest of entrepreneurs toward our information letter has been higher than expected, many additional questions have been asked and interest has been expressed towards additional materials,” said Bärenklau.
There is comprehensive information available about transitioning to the euro in Estonia at the “Euroveeb” website at euro.eesti.ee, which has been created specifically for that purpose and includes practical information about currency exchange procedures, price rounding, exchange rate and also about details of contracts and accountancy. There is also a free-of-charge Euroinformation telephone number 800 3330, which answers calls in both Estonian and Russian language.