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Finnish society ranked at the top


Finland has received praise for its high rank in a number of global indices including the UN World Happiness Report and OECD’s triennial survey of education.

Particular sources of acclaim are the relative wealth, political freedom and equality of the Finnish society. Equality is reflected in the country’s famed education system; a system that has been established as the best in the West and that is even claimed to compete head-to-head with top-ranking East Asian countries. Although equality dates back to early Finnish history, it does not lag behind modern developments. The Finnish government became the first to determine access to broadband a fundamental human right.

SAI has been helping Finnish companies grow internationally since the late 80’s.  Our aim has been to help the Finns to export their know-how and also to attract international interest in Finland.

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