As of July 12, Finnair does not have any requirements regarding coronavirus certificates.
Finnair will stop flying in Belarus airspace for the time being.
The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group decided to open some services in the capital region because of an improved pandemic situation.
VAT has not so far been collected on consignments valued at €22 or less if the goods were imported from outside the EU.
According to a recent report, Norilsk Nickel Harjavalta’s share of pollutants in industrial wastewater has decreased.
Flow Festival will not take place in 2021 because of the continuing global coronavirus pandemic.
According to Stora Enso, both Veitsiluoto and Kvarnsveden mills are loss-making, and their profitability is expected to remain unsatisfactory also going forward.
Nornickel Harjavalta’s product range will be playing an important role in satisfying British Johnson Matthey’s requirements.
Karaoke and dancing are prohibited.
Finnish technology giant Nokia is planning to cut as many as 10,000 jobs over an 18- to 24- month period.
Fiskars, one of the most iconic Finnish companies, known for its kitchen accessories, cutting and garden products, is planning to close some stores while preparing to expand others.
Established in July of 2020, the company champions the use of so-called far-UVC light as a method of disinfection for air, surfaces, spaces, objects, and more.
To limit the scars from the coronavirus pandemic and sustain the recovery, Finland should address underlying challenges such as boosting employment and productivity, according to the latest OECD survey.
As we start to see lending rates rise after its all-time low in April 2020, it’s important to be aware of the potential financial implications.
A strategy based on sustainable development can be formulated as follows: more environmentally friendly metals for the needs of the world’s green economy.
The production site is located about 250 km from the border with Finland and 300 km from the border with Norway.
Here’s what we know about the events surrounding the data breach of Psychotherapy Center Vastaamo.
Pharmaceutical companies have begun planning the supply chain for an anticipated vaccine against the coronavirus.
Customer Capacity of Bars and Nightclubs Could be Limited to Half; Cafes Allowed to Serve for 75 Percent
In the future, restaurants are categorized into those that focus on serving alcohol and those that serve food. The latter includes cafeterias.
From Espoo to the Moon; Nokia Partners with NASA to Build First High-Performance Mobile Network on the Lunar Surface
Nokia’s technology will establish the first LTE communications system on the moon.
The Russian mining giant Norilsk Nickel is investing over a billion U.S. dollars in preparing a comprehensive five-year program to modernize copper processing at its site in Monchegorsk.
The changing travel restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic have forced the state-owned airline to reduce flights to about 75 a day.
Finnish Forest Industry to End Collective Bargaining; Companies’ Needs Will Be Better Met, According to Metsä Group’s CEO
The decision, according to Metsä Group’s CEO Ilkka Hämälä, will enable the forest industry in Finland to continue thriving.
NoHo Partners Begins Negotiations for Layoffs Affecting 1,300 in Response to Restrictions on Restaurants
As the Finnish government limits opening hours of restaurants in order to combat the second wave of the pandemic, the industry prepares for more layoffs.
The two companies join forces to reach new markets.
Konecranes is planning to lay off workers in Hyvinkää and Hämeenlinna.
Neste Oyj is planning to shut down its refinery operations in Naantali. In addition, their Porvoo refinery would focus on co-processing renewable and circular raw materials.
The Finnish Customs’ preliminary statistics reveal a decline in Finland’s international trade in goods.
This weekend banking services of Nordea and OP will have interruptions when their IT systems will be maintained.
Finland has decided to take part in the joint EU agreement to purchase coronavirus vaccines.
The guidelines included a misspelling.
However, events or gatherings can exceed 50 people if the organizers can follow the guidelines set by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and the Ministry of Education and Culture.
Here are the occasions we know about so far.
The value of new orders in manufacturing in Finland was 11.8% lower in June 2020 than twelve months earlier.
Expectations of one’s own and Finland’s economy strengthened in July compared to June, according to the latest consumer confidence survey released by Statistics Finland on Monday.
Hundreds of new city bikes are going to be available in the city center from the last week of July.
During 2019, for the first time, more contactless payments were made than card payments with a PIN code, according to the Bank of Finland.
Finnair has received permission from Chinese authorities to begin operating one weekly flight as of July 23 between Helsinki and Shanghai.
In negotiations on the European Union’s massive spending package to fight the downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Finland reached many of its objectives.
Neither the number of seats nor the opening hours are limited. Alcohol may be served until four in the morning.
In a competition called Reto CDMX, the challenge was to come up with IT solutions to tackle urban mobility and solid waste management, a couple of key areas that could see improvement in Mexico City.
“Together with the team we will focus on creating shareholder value and delivering on Fiskars Group’s purpose of making the everyday extraordinary,” Nathalie Ahlström said.
Finland lifts border restrictions for Germany, China, Japan and others, beginning on July 13.
Health authorities have become aware of several cases where a passenger traveling with a cruise ferry has afterwards been diagnosed with a Covid-19 infection.
Air traffic has started to pick up in Finland. Several airlines operating in Finland are starting to add more and more flights.
Two studies aimed to find out if the busy traffic at the central West Harbor could be relocated to Vuosaari, eastern Helsinki.
One of the most famous tourist magnets in Helsinki turns into an assortment of allotment gardens, almost ready for customers.
Nordic Business Forum, one of the leading annual business conferences, will be rescheduled to 2021 in Helsinki.
Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Argentine President Alberto Fernández discussed deepening cooperation between their countries.
The new finance minister has been involved in Finnish politics for four decades.
As the government eases restrictions and summer begins, bars in Helsinki welcome people to their sun-lit terraces.
The City of Helsinki is preparing to transform the Senate Square into a new commercial meeting space in the summer.
The layoffs concern all employees in Finland, about 6,100.
For both airliners, the joint venture is another step to deepen their cooperation that began last year.
Viking Line and Tallink Grupp suspend most of its ferry operations. S Group closes restaurants.
Finnair Cuts 90 Percent of Its Capacity From Beginning of April; Maintains Critical Air Connections for Finland
“We cannot fly customers in a situation where we may not be able to fly them back home.”
Finnair has already canceled approximately 1,400 flights from its network and is now further adjusting its network to the decreased demand.
Finnair will adjust its resourcing to the situation and will start negotiations on planned temporary layoffs affecting the entire Finnair personnel based in Finland.
Lundmark is currently the president and CEO of Fortum, a Finnish energy company based in Espoo, where he was considered a very successful leader.
Finland Cancels All Flights to Mainland China Until the End of the Winter Season Because of Coronavirus
“The coronavirus situation has led to a temporary decline in air travel between China and Europe,” Finnair says.
Turkka Kuusisto Appointed President and CEO of Posti Group; Kuusisto: Posti’s Aim is to Carefully Listen to Customers’ Needs
“Posti’s operating environment is undergoing an unprecedented transformation, and I take my appointment as Posti’s president and CEO as a great sign of confidence.”
Service Union Strike to Close Prisma Stores Across the Country; Cleaning Services to Be Affected at Hotels
PAM’s Executive Committee has decided to call for large-scale strikes, with the first strikes starting in week 8, during the first week of the skiing holidays.
In order to allow Finnair customers who are currently traveling to return home to Europe and China, Finnair will operate flights between its Helsinki hub and its mainland China destinations until February 6.
We interviewed Finnish experts on how Brexit will affect the future relations between Finland and the UK.
The strikes began at 06:00 or 07:00 in the morning and will last till February 10.
She will meet the tech leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 22–24.
Responsibility and sustainability are more relevant than before in Finns’ travel decisions: the majority favor local service providers, such as hotels and restaurants.
Nokia, the Finnish multinational telecommunications company, has a goal to save 500 million euros in expenses by the end of 2020.
Finnish Fiskars Group known for its iconic scissors, premium kitchenware and gardening tools is set to lay off about 220 office workers globally to reduce costs.
Finland and Estonia Celebrate Their Succesful Commission of Balticconnector; The Single Finnish-Estonian-Latvian Gas Market to Launch in January 2020
“We are launching the single Finnish-Estonian-Latvian gas market on January 1, 2020. This is the historical step to integrate three national gas markets in Europe into one in such a large scale.”
In total, the strikes involve about 100,000 workers
A handling fee will be introduced for goods outside the EU fiscal territory that have a value of more than 22 euros.