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Wednesday's papers: Tax breaks for business, bonus bonanza for taxpayer funded CEOs, and new interior minister speaks

As the government returns from its holidays, Helsingin Sanomat reports on a proposal to give businesses a tax break of up to 25 percent, in return for investment. Ilta-Sanomat carries details of the significant hikes in bonuses for CEOs of some of Finland's publicly funded corporations, while the new interior minister tells Aamulehti why she wants more surveillance powers.

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Monday’s papers: What would Trump do to Finland? MPs’ autumn to-do list, and women still missing from Finland’s boardrooms

Iltalehti imagines what the impact on Finland of a Trump presidency would be, and its conclusions do not make reassuring reading. Elsewhere, there’s a rundown of the big issues Finland’s politicians are facing when they come back from their summer holidays, and the revelation that despite a growth in the number of women at the top of Finland’s listed companies, the top tier of business is still dominated by males.

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Friday's papers: Basic income trial next year, Finnish troops to Iraq, and MPs say no to Finnair privatisation

The much-discussed plan to try out a "citizen's wage", where every resident receives 600 euros a month from the government, is in the spotlight in Helsingin Sanomat today. Elsewhere, Finnish troops and advisers in an anti-Isis coalition in the Middle East will be closer to the front line than ever before, and MPs tell pollsters that they're mainly against selling off the national airline, so as not to endanger the right to fly through Russian airspace.


Wednesday's papers: Russia doping reaction, Cuban volleyball rape case, and where to recycle that fridge?

Reactions to a damning report into widespread, state-sponsored doping among Russian athletes fill many of this morning's papers - with one suggesting that a new Helsinki Olympics could provide just the clean break the sporting world needs. Elsewhere, there's an update on the case of six Cuban volleyball players being held on suspicion of rape in Tampere, and rquestions over whether laws promoting recycling of electrical goods are making enough of an impact.