Finland is a member of the European Union (EU) and is subject to EU trade regulatory requirements.
After the April 2015 elections, Finland’s new government announced a broad structural reform program to reduce labour costs and improve competitiveness. Pension reforms to prolong working careers were introduced to help mitigate the impact of population aging on labour force growth. The government is also developing reforms to improve public sector productivity, especially in health and social services. Reviving economic growth remains the Finnish government’s central policy tenet.
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