Estonia -Shadow economy far beyond EU average -June 17, 2013

According to a survey in the Baltic States the shadow economy made up 19.2% of the Estonian economy. The survey looks at three components: unreported corporate income, unreported employees and unreported wages. It is estimated that unreported wage accounts for 52.3% of the shadow economy, while 28.5% is unreported corporate income and 19.2% is unreported workforce.

English: http://balticbusinessnews.com/article/2013/6/17/survey-shadow-economy ...  

 

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