the International monetary fund IMF estimates, the Finnish government borrowing in 2023 would answer still about one per cent of gross domestic product.
Finland the current government's aim is that the normal economic development in a context of Finnish public finances would be balanced in 2023.
the Finnish economy is expected to grow this year to 1.25 per cent and next year by 1.5 percent, the IMF told the bulletin.
the currency, the fund assesses every member of his economic situation at regular intervals. The IMF head of delegation Alasdair Scott visit us today in Finland, and the IMF delegation will discuss the economy, various authorities, research institutes and other partners.
the IMF recalls that fiscal consolidation has a number of options.
the Finnish government can be to remove environmentally harmful subsidies. Their aggregate amount is € 3.5 billion a year, equivalent to about a fourth of current education expenditure, the monetary fund to look at.
according to the IMF the government must find other savings, and the cost of development must be taken into account also in the debate of social and health services reform.
boost Employment, the government could, according to the IMF review of the parental leave and home care subsidies, which may encourage women to stay at home. Monetary fund, the government could also look at the tax and benefit systems, which may lead to the fact that the unemployed may be economically more profitable than unemployment.Subscribe Yle newsletters!
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