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IMF:s kommentarer om Finlands ekonomi

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En delegation från Internationella valutafonden (IMF) på besök i Finland har överlämnat sina kommentarer om det ekonomiska läget och den finansiella stabiliteten i Finland till myndigheterna.

Uttalandet grundar sig på diskussioner som delegationen fört med finska myndigheter, arbetsmarknadspartner, privata finansinstitut, forskningsinstitut och andra instanser. Vi bifogar kommentarerna i sammandrag på svenska.

Kommentarerna på engelska har i sin helhet lagts ut både på IMF:s webbplats (www.imf.org) och på Finlands Banks webbplats (www.suomenpankki.fi).

Sammandrag på svenska (inofficiell översättning) (pdf)

Kommentarer på engelska (pdf)

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