Another Finnish success story

Here's a little something to take the edge off your globalization anxiety:

Finnish criminals have reclaimed the domestic drug market, provincial daily Savon Sanomat reported on Monday.

According to the paper, the share of foreigners involved in aggravated drug offences has plummeted to below 10 per cent from a third in the space of a few years.
This just goes to show that as long as you have liberalized labor regulations and low tax rates in place, you can stay competitive in today's marketplace.

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