Estonia: Europe's economic comeback kid?

The Estonian capital city of Tallinn.

One of the first European counties to show some welcome economic growth after the financial crisis was one of the very smallest -- Estonia.

Its younger citizens are exceptionally savvy when it comes to all things digital and it’s become a haven for business start-ups.  But lately that early growth has slowed. And many are now starting to wonder if the new digital wealth can be retained as entrepreneurs take their ideas abroad.

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Nigel Cassidy is a reporter with the BBC.

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