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April 03, 2017, 10:25:41 PM
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Aren't they going to build another $1.5 million vacant city? Just read it in the news.

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According to a few recent articles I read about the Chinese ghost cities, they're actually slowly starting to fill up. Maybe the Chinese like to build it before they come.

I think that's a far more appealing idea than the city imperceptibly growing around you. I'd love to move into an entirely empty place and see it slowly come to life.

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April 04, 2017, 02:26:27 AM
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I don't know what's the catch. A very beautiful little town. I would love to live in it. On the streets I do not see any cars or people. Something's fishy. What's the catch? Maybe the problem is to obtain Estonian citizenship? In any case a very interesting fact.

You'll never get an Estonian passport, unless you achieve fluency in the Estonian language (which is notoriously difficult to learn). Even those individuals who were born in Estonia, and lived there for their entire life have been denied the citizenship due to this requirement.
I think that this the price of property is the consequence of this strict immigration policy. The video shows that there is a fairly large company and it is experiencing a big problem with the workforce. Without the help of migrants in the city and this company can die.

Estonia is suffering from brain drain on a massive amount. A large portion of the workforce is now based in Finland (the Finnish language is very close to Estonian) and the other EU nations (such as Germany and Norway).

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