Finland’s Forewarning—-Rapidly Aging Economy Stuck In 3-Year Long Recession

HELSINKI, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Finland was one of the toughest European critics of Greece during its debt crisis, chastising it for failing to push through reforms to revive its economy. Now the Nordic nation is struggling to overhaul its own finances as it seeks to claw its way out of a three-year-old recession that has prompted its finance minister to label the country the "sick man of Europe".
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