The Port of Tallinn in Estonia is seeking €400,000 in compensation from its former executives who are being tried on corruption charges, the Eesti Ekspress has reported.
Odour management at ports brings a breath of fresh air. John Bensalhia reports
In Estonia, Tallinn’s port profits suffered last year as cargo volumes dropped 19%.
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