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Finland Crowned World’s Happiest Country for Third Year Running

For the third year in a row, Finland has been named the world’s happiest country. The annual United Nations World Happiness Report released its 2020 edition today, revealing that the Nordic country is number one once again. Since the first report in 2012, only four countries have claimed the top spot: Denmark in 2012, 2013 …

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Read the Latest Update from Finnair on the COVID-19 effects.

As all are aware the European situation is changing daily and sometimes by the hour, this makes life very difficult for all concerned especially our mutual customers. Finnair will do all we can to bring people home as borders within Europe close.      Finland has released its COVID-19 restrictions. The following will apply from 19MAR at …

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Finns among Europe’s fastest-growing companies

Financial Times has included 17 Finnish firms in its annual listing of Europe’s fastest-growing companies, with food delivery service Wolt ranked second. The FT 1000 lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2015 and 2018. In order to make the list this year, companies needed a minimum growth …

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Pekka Lundmark appointed President and CEO of Nokia

Espoo, Finland – Nokia’s Board of Directors has appointed Pekka Lundmark as President and Chief Executive Officer of Nokia. Lundmark is expected to start in his new role on September 1, 2020. Lundmark is currently President and CEO of Fortum, a leading energy company based in Espoo, Finland, where he consistently delivered robust total shareholder …

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Finland attracts record number of foreign tourists

“Tourists from abroad chalked up more than seven million overnight stays in Finland in 2019. International overnight stays in Finland increased by 2.9 per cent year-on-year in 2019, netting a total of 483 million euros for accommodation establishments. This represents an eight-per cent uptick on the previous year’s figure. Europe remains Finland’s most important tourism …

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