The past years have not been easy on Europe, nor Finland. While the global economic juggernauts, the United States and China, are bordering between an economic upswing and normalizing economic development, Europe seems to be stuck in a rut. For Finland, European challenges do not bode well.
For the past six years, most eyes on Europe have focused on the fiscal strength of the European economies. This has resulted in continuous reporting and analysis on the responses to series of crises eroding public confidence in the markets and among many Europeans. Akin to its European partners,