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The Embassy of Finland in Washington, DC
FINLAND LINKS (aka FinnLinks) is a compilation of over 3,000 annotated, categorized and cross-referenced, English language websites concerned with matters relating to Finns and Finland.
A current view on everything about modern Finland from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.
Very handy and concise guide to Finland. Also links to ALL the other Nordic nations.
Finnfacts is an independent media service unit that operates as an interface between foreign media and Finnish Industry. Finnfacts' mission is to help journalists get to know Finnish industry, companies and business life. Finnfacts publishes information material concerning Finnish industry, and the Finnfacts staff members are experts in organizing visits for reporters to Finnish companies. Finnfacts has a solid network of domestic and international contacts that operates an interface between international media and Finnish companies. Finnfacts' target groups are journalists in national and local newspapers, financial and trade magazines, as well in TV, radio, and other electronic media.
These pages present information on the institution of the presidency, former presidents and the present incumbent. There are also speeches by the President, her travel programme and picture material showing some aspects of her work. The information contents of the site are continually being added to.
This publication deals with the history of the Finnish Parliament, its present-day method of operation, the work of MPs and Parliament House. We hope that the publication will provide a broader perspective on Finnish democracy and political life.
Statistics Finland operates administratively under the Ministry of Finance, but is fully and independently responsible for its activities, services and statistics. Statistics Finland has a personnel of around 1,100, of whom 200 are employed as statistical interviewers. In addition to its head office in Helsinki, Statistics Finland has regional service offices in Turku, Tampere, Seinäjoki and Oulu. Statistics Finland combines collected data with its own expertise to produce statistics and information services for the needs of society, promotes the use of statistics and develops national official statistics.
Finnish Meteorological Institute The main objective of the FMI is to provide the best possible information about the atmosphere above and around Finland, to ensure public safety relating to atmospheric and airborne hazards and to satisfy requirements for specialized meteorological products.
Information on Finland as published on Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia.
The Central Intelligence Agency's view of Finland

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