Disinfo: A real horror is going on in Northern Europe as a result of joining the EU, Sweden and Finland economically collapsed


There has been a complete collapse of industry in Sweden after joining the EU, there was a similar collapse in Finland where GDP fell by 25 per cent after the collapse of the USSR.


Although there had been a slight decline in Finland's GDP after 1991, this was followed by a much longer period of stable growth and currently, Finland's GDP is approximately 100-150 per cent higher than it used to be in the beginning of the 1990s: see the historical data here. "Collapsed" Sweden has 22nd-23rd highest GDP in the world (depending on whether the ranking is by IMF, World Bank, or the UN).


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  • Reported in: Issue 118
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 14/09/2018
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Finland, Sweden
  • Keywords: European Union, Economic difficulties
  • Outlet: ‘Mesto vstrechi’ (in Russian: ‘The Meeting Point’ / «Место встречи»), political talk show Andrey Norkin, show host: NTV TV-channel (“NTV” - in Russian: «НТВ» - is an abbreviation of the Russian words interpreted as the “Independent Tele-Vision” or in Russian - «Независимое Теле-Видение»)
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