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Get to Know About Finland
Finland is a Nordic country in Northern Europe, east of Sweden and north of Estonia. It covers a land area of 338,424 square kilometers with a population of 5,519,586 Finnish/Finn. The country mostly speaks Finnish and Swedish and most of their religions are Evangelical Lutheran Church and Orthodox Church. They use the Euro in their daily transactions. The climate in the country is both maritime and continental climate.
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Finland is worth 277 billion US dollars. And its GDP per capita is around $50,068. The Corporate Tax Rate stands at 20% which is a good number for business owners and companies in the country.
Doing business in Finland is not easy, especially for a native English speaker. Finland requires tourists to apply for a Schengen visa at the Finnish embassy. Citizens of a Nordic country or an EU Member State do not need a visa. A residence permit is given for short-term work in Finland, which lasts for less than 90 days while a Business visa is for temporary work-related purposes. There is a visa for visiting family and friends as well as a visa for seamen. Of course, those permits and other licenses are necessary if you want to immigrate to the country and do business.
The challenges in Finland include insufficient workforce (since country’s demographic has too many old people and too few young people), language barrier (you have to know at least the basics of their languages), weather conditions (esp. if you came from a tropical climate country) and difficulty of looking for work. The good thing about Finland is that they offer free education for foreigners esp. for the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) countries, and Switzerland.