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TALLINN, March 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Estonian entrepreneurs working in Crimea face no additional problems against the backdrop of a new political situation on the peninsula, the Baltic state’s businessman Hillar Teder was quoted by the local media as saying on Tuesday.
His Southern Gallery occupying over 40,000 square meters in Simferopol is the biggest shopping mall on the Crimean Peninsula in the Black Sea.
“We notice no differences after the new authorities have come to power,” he said, adding that 15,000-25,000 customers visited his shopping center daily. “Possibly, we will have to retarget our cash registers for rubles," he added.