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08:58HS: Centre continues slump, Greens take another step back in polls
07:58Four taken into custody as neo-Nazis and anti-fascists face off in Tampere
FrFinnish technology firms: Wage hikes can't exceed 1%
FrFinnish government considering listing its alcohol producer, Altia
FrCentre and National Coalition reach compromise on freedom of choice
DoFinns among world's worst at walking in each other's shoes
DoVehviläinen: Vapaavuori's comments on regional government reform are unfounded
DoProsecutor General charges three Finnish nationals with terrorist offences
MiUPM publishes details of performance-based bonuses amid labour dispute
MiUniper continues to criticise takeover bid by Fortum
DiFinns Party's district chief joins Blue Reform
DiFinland is witnessing an unprecedented inflow of software talent from abroad
DiFortum CEO: Uniper's opposition to takeover bid is unusual and confusing
16.10.Tiilikainen disappointed with approval of new rules for calculating carbon sinks
16.10.Finns Party's councillor to be investigated for social media posts
13.10.OECD: Finns used staggering 11gb of mobile data a month in 2016
13.10.Niinistö continues to gain popularity, finds poll by YLE
13.10.Terho: Blue Reform to begin registration process on Monday
12.10.Nordea's economist calls for continuing wage moderation
12.10.Sipilä breaks promise not to interfere in collective bargaining talks
12.10.Lintilä: Uniper trying to drive up share value ahead of takeover by Fortum
11.10.Professor: Attempts to influence election results possible also in Finland
11.10.Nokia Technologies to "sharpen" focus, cut up to 190 jobs in Finland
10.10.Ericsson to axe up to 80 employees in Finland
10.10.Finns running up student-loan debt at unprecedented pace