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Embassy of Finlandwww.finlandembassy.skChargé d'Affaires: Henna Knuuttila

Embassy of Finland
www.finlandembassy.sk
Chargé d'Affaires: Henna Knuuttila

Team Finland in Slovakia
www.team.finland.fi

The Team Finland network promotes Finland’s external economic relations and country brand, the internationalisation of Finnish companies as well as foreign investment directed at Finland. Its aim is to intensify cooperation between Finnish players in these sectors. Team Finland partners in Slovakia are the Embassy of Finland, the Finpro office in Prague and the Cleantech Finland office in Bratislava. Team Finland Slovakia focuses on making the country’s business opportunities more widely known among Finnish companies. Specific opportunities are offered in the infrastructure investments required by EU, including clean-tech sectors, such as water treatment, renewable energy and district heating modernisation.

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