• Wed. May 22nd, 2024

Fostering Economic Growth in Eastern Finland: A Call for a Special Economic Zone

BySamantha Nguyen

Mar 27, 2024
The EU should assist Eastern Finland, as per logical reasoning

In Eastern Finland, a strong desire and faith in their abilities are driving companies forward. However, the region is facing challenges due to the deteriorating situation of Finland’s public finances. The Russian war of aggression has hit the region hard, especially with the complete closure of the Russian border.

To address these challenges, the Finnish Confederation of Business and Industry (EK) has put forward a list of recommendations to stimulate economic growth and vitality in Eastern Finland. Chairman Harry Broman suggests that Eastern Finland be designated as a special economic zone to promote business activities and accelerate economic growth in the region.

Broman emphasizes the seriousness of the situation in Eastern Finland, highlighting the need for public authorities to play a central role in supporting the region. The proposed special economic zone aims to create a healthy growing economy in Eastern Finland, which will contribute to the overall GDP of the country.

Implementing this plan will require collaboration with neighboring countries and EU support to strengthen the position of Russia’s neighboring countries. Investments in energy, green transition, improved air connections, tourism, broadband infrastructure, and support for growth of companies are all part of the proposed plan.


By Samantha Nguyen

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