Prime Minister Alexander Stubb (NCP) has inspired confidence in a better future for Finland by vowing that with time and patience the country will make a comeback. Stubb in a column published in Dagens Industri, a Swedish financial newspaper, also estimates that the lingering downturn will last another three or four years. “But with Finnish perseverance we will come back,” he writes.
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Finland will make a comeback, Stubb assures
The decision by Standard & Poor's to downgrade its long-term sovereign debt rating on Finland by one notch to AA+ has prompted two distinct reactions in Finland, according to Stubb.