"The Finnish economy experienced a decline last year that is deeper than any that has taken place in any single 12-month period since the Civil War which followed the country’s independence.
According to figures put out by Statistics Finland, total production in Finland declined by 7.8 per cent last year.
Only in 1917-1918 has total output declined by more.
Not even in the economic crisis of the 1990s, nor in the Second World War, did the Finnish economy fall as steeply in a single year as it did in 2009... read the rest@ hs"
... Not sure what will be the price to pay for that in the years to come... Any idea?
"... Meanwhile, Finland’s Minister of Labour Anni Sinnemäki (Green) said on Monday that she hopes that unemployment in Finland will peak by the middle of this year.
“If this does not happen, and if it does not peak until next year, we will be in serious trouble”, said Sinnemäki at a meeting of EU competition ministers in Brussels."
...Strange, who will be in serious trouble?... Any idea?