Estonian center-right coalition expected to win election

By REUTERS
March 6, 2011 23:43

 
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TALLINN - Estonia's center-right government was headed for victory in Sunday's election, with the coalition winning credit for a successful adoption of the euro and setting the Baltic state on a path out of deep recession.

Analysts expect a new center-right government to keep on a path of fiscal restraint in the debt-ridden single currency zone. Keeping a tight rein on finances allowed the nation of 1.3 million to become the 17th euro zone member in January.


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