Some 30 per cent of the foreign investors who planned to invest in Finland in recent years considered Estonia as an alternative, Eesti Paevaleht reports referencing a study by the Finnish Economic Research Institute ETLA. Estonia was the most popular alternative to Finland, followed by Sweden at 9 per cent. However, almost half the investments eventually went to Finnish businesses, the paper said. In cases where Finland did not win, but Estonia had been considered as an alternative, the investment mostly was made in Estonia.
The survey also studied how many Finnish busine...
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