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Survey: Most Finns oppose basic income for everyone

Most people in Finland are against the idea of giving a basic income to everyone. According to a new survey carried out by the Business...

New China deal keeps Tallinn tunnel project on track, but it’s...

When officials from China's Railway Engineering Corporation CREC came to Vantaa last September to take part in a conference on large-scale tunnel construction, they...

Report: international money laundering on the rise in Finland

The National Bureau of Investigation NBI says it recorded dozens of cases of international money laundering in Finland last year, and has so far...

Parliament committee cracks down on ‘quickie’ high interest loans

The Finance Committee in Parliament wants to introduce some new measures to protect consumers who take out 'quickie' personal loans from financial companies. MPs want...

Bitcoins, micro-payments and merch: fundraising innovation on the campaign trail

With the general election only two and a half months away, campaigning is in full swing as parties announce their policy platforms, leaders take...

Aktia Bank revises Finland’s economic growth downwards

Finland’s Aktia Bank says it is re-evaluating the economic outlook for the year ahead. Previously, the bank said it expected Finland’s economy to grow around...

Report: Finland’s economic growth set to slow down

Finland's economy is still growing, but for how much longer? A new study from think tank Pellervo out today says that economic growth will continue...

Latest Numbers Show Finnish Economy Boost

Finland's public finances will stabilise next year, and the government is getting close to its employment targets. That's the latest estimates from The Research Institute...

Call Me Crazy: Why Stockmann Needs Retail Boost

Stockmann's twice-yearly "Crazy Days" event gets underway again this week, and the sales promotion couldn't come at a more timely moment for the company...