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Finnish defence minister rejects Russia rhetoric

29 Jun 2012

HELSINKI Finland will not take orders from Russia on its defence strategy, the new defence minister said on Friday, rejecting comments from Moscow warning its small neighbour against joining or working too closely with NATO.

Finnish defense minister rejects Russia rhetoric

29 Jun 2012

HELSINKI Finland will not take orders from Russia on its defense strategy, the new defense minister said on Friday, rejecting comments from Moscow warning its small neighbor against joining or working too closely with NATO.

At the Salo end of Nokia's deep crisis

22 Jun 2012

SALO, Finland Nokia workers in Salo thought chief executive Stephen Elop signalled that their plant, Europe's last major mobile phone factory, would survive when he visited in February, but last week he announced its closure anyway.

At the Salo end of Nokia's deep crisis

22 Jun 2012

SALO, Finland Nokia workers in Salo thought chief executive Stephen Elop signalled that their plant, Europe's last major mobile phone factory, would survive when he visited in February, but last week he announced its closure anyway.

At the Salo end of Nokia's deep crisis

22 Jun 2012

SALO, Finland Nokia workers in Salo thought chief executive Stephen Elop signaled that their plant, Europe's last major mobile phone factory, would survive when he visited in February, but last week he announced its closure anyway.

Finnish government won't buy Nokia shares: PM

20 Jun 2012

SALO Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said the Finnish government will not consider purchasing Nokia shares, quashing hopes the government would help support the company's plunging stock.

Finnish government won't buy Nokia shares -PM

20 Jun 2012

SALO, June 20 Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said the Finnish government will not consider purchasing Nokia shares, quashing hopes the government would help support the company's plunging stock.

Eurozone governments ponder Greek exit contingency

24 May 2012

ROME/HELSINKI At least half of euro zone governments as well as banks and large companies are making contingency plans in case Greece decides to leave the single currency area, even though the preferred option is still for Athens to keep the euro.

Eurozone governments ponder Greek exit contingency

24 May 2012

ROME/HELSINKI At least half of euro zone governments as well as banks and large companies are making contingency plans in case Greece decides to leave the single currency area, even though the preferred option is still for Athens to keep the euro.

Eurozone governments ponder Greek exit contingency

24 May 2012

ROME/HELSINKI At least half of euro zone governments as well as banks and large companies are making contingency plans in case Greece decides to leave the single currency area, even though the preferred option is still for Athens to keep the euro.

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