The Government did not offer any new measures to boost the national economy on Wednesday as the Parliament convened to consider an interpellation tabled by the Centre and the Finns Party. Prime Minister Alexander Stubb (NCP) assured nonetheless that the Government is weighing up additional measures to spur economic growth and create jobs. “We'll leave no stone unturned,” he pledged, but pointed out that one should expect no silver bullets.
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Government has no silver bullet for economic woes
Stubb also estimated that neither the current or the next Government can rid Finland of all of its problems. “That requires long-term efforts, sacrifices from everyone,” the premier said, urging all stakeholders to participate in the effort.