As part of the on-going restructuring process the Finnish national export promotion office Finpro has decided to shut down their operations in nine countries, including France. Finnish companies requiring assistance will be guided to contact the many private service providers operating in France.
Read more about it (in Finnish): http://www.kauppalehti.fi/etusivu/finpro+sulkee+yhdeksan+toimistoa/201407689390
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