Posts Tagged: Finnish government immigration policy

Juha Sipilä’s government is one of the few in the world that still ponders whether immigration is good for the host country

The Finnish government of Prime Minister Juha Sipilä must be one of the few if not the only one in the world that is still pondering whether immigration is good or bad for the country. Even if the new government decided to carry out such an assessment by an independent body, thanks to pressure by the Perussuomalaiset (PS)*, it’s universally accepted by economists that immigration is good for the host country.

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