There seems to be some hesitations and change of mind in the Finnish government when it comes to decide if Finland will ask or not to benefit from the European Fund for Strategic Investments. A clever, but possibly inefficient financial… Read More ›
Finland pushing for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: a topic for the next elections?
Finland has a Minister with a strange title, quite a singularity in the EU: Ms. Lenita Toivakka, who is Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade. Ms Toivakka presents herself on her website as an member of Parliament, since 2007,… Read More ›
Bread queues, homelessness, poverty: is the crisis of the 90s back?
Some days ago, a study published by Maria Ohisalo (photo) with Pr Juho Saari from the University of Eastern Finland was analysing the development of bread queues in the country. There are today around 20 000 people using this service… Read More ›