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Finland

  1. 1. FINLAND Presented by:Sumit Malhotra PGDM-2
  2. 2. The Land of thousands of lake • Lakeland Finland • The finish lake district 55000 • A lot of islands • Little infield
  3. 3. Beautiful Scenery • The highest point is Haltintunturi. • A lot of islands: Archipelago
  4. 4. Climate • Moderate & Continental climate • The Skandinavian -mountains • Dense Networks of Rivers
  5. 5. Economy • Industry of sawing • Woodfibre-and papermaking • Industry of machinery • Chemical Industry • Nuclear power station(35%) & hyderoelectric power plant(23%) • The ship construction is very important
  6. 6. ECONOMY • Tele-communication • Electronics • Nokia :The strategic company of the country
  7. 7. Economy Export • • • • • • Cellular phone Aerial Battery Vacuum cleaner Fridge & freezer Transformer Import food product Drink, tobacco Raw material Sources of energy End-products Machine & Machinery
  8. 8. Economy • Member of the European union • Introduction of euro 1st January 2002 • Developed economy • High level standards
  9. 9. Economy- The biggest trading partners: • Russia • Sweden • Germany
  10. 10. A Thriving Business Environment According to recent reports from diverse sources, Finland shines because it: • Has one of most innovative & competitive economies in the world. • Has created Europe’s premier educational system. • Ranks No.1 in knowledge transfer between universities & companies. • Is third globally in R & D spending per capita. • Ranks at the top of environmental sustainability; and • Has been judged as the least corrupt among all countries.
  11. 11. Vast U.S. Business Opportunities Why should American companies do business in Finland? • Finland provides a valuable market opportunity. • The Finnish workforce is highly trained and proficient in foreign languages, including English. • Strong modern business infrastructure. • It is safe , well-run country. • Finland is the only Nordic country to use the euro. • They invest almost 4% of its GDP on R & D
  12. 12. Today’s key Industrial sectors Finland, said to have transformed its economic base from rubber & herring to high technology,has a wide range of industrial sectors: • • • • • • Metal(including electronics & electrical equipment) Engineering Forest products Chemicals Shipbuilding Information & communication technology

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