Finland Times

Wednesday, 24 August, 2016
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Slight GDP growth forecast in 2016-17
President laments lack of progress in int´l situation
Delay in launching West Metro services to be investigated
Imatra, Niirala borders to remain closed at night
Keskusta for online banking right for all
Olympic medalist to be accorded reception tomorrow
President addresses ambassadors conference

Lack of progress in int´l situation lamented
President Sauli Niinistö on Tuesday took up the issue of developments in Finland's international environment.   Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the conference of Finnish Ambassador in Helsinki, the president ... details
Slight GDP growth forecast in 2016-17
Finland will have to settle for one percent growth of the GDP in the current year as well as in 2017, according to a latest forecast by OP Pohjola Financial ... details
Austerity forces authority to shorten borders opening hours
Imatra, Niirala borders to remain closed at night
The Border Guard are planning closing the border crossing at Imatra and Niirala points during the night following the budget cuts. In addition, the authority is considering to shorten ... details
Outlaws MC making inroad in Finland
International vest wearing gang Outlaws MC are seeking foothold in Finland, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) told news agency STT. According to the NBI, a support group of the Outlaws ... details
Party manifesto published
Keskusta for online banking right for all
The ruling Suomen Keskusta (Centre Party) wants to keep dismantling the bureaucracy after the party on Tuesday published a manifesto that included 202 norm dismantling propositions. The propositions envisage, among other things, ... details
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