Estonians eye a digital future

Despite its small stature, Estonia has become one of the most advanced digital societies in the world.

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    Despite its small stature, Estonia has become one of the most advanced digital societies in the world.

    Its start-up culture, and overcoming the country's diminutive size, has inspired the Estonian government's e-residency programme.

    An e-residency costs $100 and allows business people from anywhere in the world to remotely create a company here and gain access to the country's streamlined digital infrastructure.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Tallinn


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