Research Briefing | May 12, 2021

Finland | Country Economic Forecast May

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Finland is keeping tight control over the coronavirus outbreak. New infections are falling steadily, over 40% of the adult population has received at least one vaccine dose and the government is beginning to ease restrictions. 

What you will learn:

  • We have raised our 2021 GDP growth forecast to 2.5%, with 2.3% seen in 202
  • The unemployment rate fell below 8% in Q1, dropping in March to 7.7%
  • Forecast up to 2024 including GDP growth, imports and exports

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