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New record of Finnish exports to China possible in 2017


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There is viable potential for growth in Finnish-Chinese economic relations despite a slight decline in the Chinese economy, Finland’s business backed economic think tank ETLA has said in its latest research. 

The wide probe into the economic relations between the two countries in recent decades has been titled “The Lion and the Dragon”. The writers were Markku Kotilainen, the research director of ETLA, and Villa Kaitila, a researcher of the think tank. The report published this week indicates that Finland has recovered from the aftermath of the crash of Nokia mobile phone business, and 2017 may be a historic record year in the value of Finnish exports to China.


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