Economic Policy should not limit Domestic Markets in Finland
The Finnish Commerce Federation writes about how economic policy should not be used as a tool to control the domestic market. Regarding the lackluster last decade of the Finnish economy, this is something well worth considering.
Difficult times in commerce will still continue this and next year, estimates the Finnish Commerce Federation. The social contract for the labour market, if reached, would stimulate commerce somewhat. However, in order to succeed, Finland can no longer rely solely on traditional industry; instead, bold economic policy reforms are needed to diversify the economic structure. The social contract for the labour market is not necessarily enough to achieve this.