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Situation report by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment provides an overall view of the effects of coronavirus on companies, employment and sectors

9.10.2020 8.53
​​​​​​​The economic recovery that began in Finland during the summer has stalled. The near-term outlook for the service sectors have started to deteriorate amid rising coronavirus infections and a shift towards the acceleration stage of the epidemic. The outlook for industrial production remains subdued, but recovery measures and a pick-up in demand are expected to give some boost to industry.

Sustainable SME growth main theme at SME Assembly 2019

21.11.2019 13.37
More than 99% of companies in the EU are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The high percentage shows that SMEs play an integral role as creators of prosperity and growth across Europe. On 25–27 November, Helsinki will play host to SME Assembly 2019, the most significant event of the year for SMEs in Europe and the main event of the European SME week. The event is organised by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment and the European Commission.

Prime Minister Rinne and Minister of Economic Affairs Kulmuni: Finland to be the best place in the Nordic countries for entrepreneurs

5.11.2019 12.39
“One of the most important objectives of this Government is to have a much larger proportion of the working age population with full or partial work capacity to engage either in gainful employment or self-employment, and thereby pursue their dreams and help to build a better Finland. To promote self-employment, all entrepreneurial matters were incorporated into one entrepreneurship strategy in the Government Programme,” Prime Minister Antti Rinne explained in his opening speech at the National Entrepreneurship Forum in Helsinki on 5 November.

Extension to the maximum duration of start-up funding remains in force

23.6.2020 9.00
Parliament has approved government proposals to extend the period of validity of the temporary legislative amendment on awarding start-up grants until the end of 2020. The President of the Republic is to approve the amendment on 26 June 2020 and it will enter into force on 1 July 2020.

Start-up grants encourage new business

12.6.2020 9.08
According to a recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, start-up grants were perceived as an incentive to starting a new business, and offered a faster track to starting a company.

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The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment creates the conditions for economically, socially and ecologically sustainable growth. It comes from skilled people in high-quality jobs, productivity growth and increasing employment.

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