Projects and legislation
Some of the projects and programmes currently underway in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment are outlined in these pages. The Government Project Register also contains information about current ministerial projects (see search).These pages also contain information about law drafting, the reduction of regulatory burdens and assessment of the impact of legislation on businesses, working life and employment.
Most of the preparation for the projects is carried out in Finnish, so the majority of the additional information is also in Finnish.
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Government grants four research permits for offshore wind power in Finland’s exclusive economic zone
Talent Boost Talent Boost is a cross-administrative programme of Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s Government designed to boost the immigration of senior specialists, employees, students and researchers. It focuses on attracting the kind of talent who will be instrumental for the growth and internationalisation of Finnish companies, and for RDI in the leading growth sectors.
Arctic Economic Dialogue Making the possibilities of the Arctic region a reality requires a better understanding and concretisation of the Arctic themes. The Arctic Economic Dialogue project aims to shed light on the environment and context where companies and organisations operate when they engage in business activities in the Arctic region.
Government’s employment measures During its current term, the Government will take employment measures that bolster the economy, aimed at achieving an employment-generating impact amounting to 80,000 new jobs.
The national roadmap for RDI Finland’s competitiveness and wellbeing are built on competence, research and innovations. Finland’s rise from the emergency caused by the pandemic and success in global competition require the production of new knowledge, innovations that bring social benefits and added value, and a high level of competence.