Enlargement could shrink Finnish influence on EU economic decision making

From Helsingin Sanomat, International Edition, 27 November 2000

The prospective enlargement of the European Union could pose a serious challenge to the position of Finland and the EU's other small member states in decision making on economic issues.

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