Economic Policy: Fiscal Policy and Outlook

February 2012
Finland Country Monitor;Feb2012, p16
Country Report
The article forecasts the economic policy of Finland with regards to its fiscal policy, wherein its fiscal stimulus, which was provided during contraction, is being withdrew by the government and is seeking to secure fiscal sustainability through tax increases.


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