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  1. Counterfeit Herceptin finds its way into European supply chain

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    Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    in Italy have been tampered with and reintroduced into the European market. Adulterated vials have turned up in Germany, Finland and the U.K. Some do not contain any trastuzumab at all while others have been diluted. There are no reports of harm to

  2. Finland's Metso turns down offer from Scotland's Weir

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    Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    Weir said there is no certainty it will increase its bid, which values Metso at $5B. The offer hit a major roadblock after Finland 's government said it would oppose the deal. The failure of the bid could make Weir a target for big beasts such as General

  3. UPDATE 3- Finland's Metso rejects Weir's tie-up approach

    Headlines

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    * Metso shares down 3.5 pct, Weir down 1.5 pct (Adds premium calculated from Weir statement)

  4. Belgium, Finland face daily fines for breach of energy waste law

    Headlines

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    * EU says new buildings must be near "zero energy" by 2021

  5. Rosatom says Finnish nuclear project unharmed by sanctions

    Headlines

    Tue, 15 Apr 2014

    * Concerns over Finnish owners as majority stake required

  6. Sanoma to cut 130 jobs in Netherlands

    Headlines

    Fri, 11 Apr 2014

    HELSINKI, April 11 (Reuters) - Finland 's largest media company Sanoma plans to close a distribution centre in the Dutch town of Duiven by the end of this year, leading to 130 job cuts, Sanoma said on Friday.

  7. Timberlake, Cyrus gigs in Finland avoid U.S. sanctions snag

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    Mon, 7 Apr 2014

    HELSINKI, April 7 (Reuters) - American pop stars Miley Cyrus and Justin Timberlake can go ahead with shows in Finland despite U.S. sanctions against the Helsinki venue's Russian owners, the concerts' promoter said on Monday.

  8. Finland's PM resigns

    Headlines

    Sun, 6 Apr 2014

    Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen will step down in June after three years in the job, saying he's interested in an international

  9. OP's stake in Pohjola Bank 94 pct, to buy out remaining shares

    Headlines

    Fri, 4 Apr 2014

    HELSINKI, April 4 (Reuters) - Finland 's biggest mortgage lender OP-Pohjola Group held more than 94 percent of all shares in Pohjola Bank after the voluntary bid ran out, it said, adding that it would use its right to buy out all the remaining shares.

  10. Finnish bank watchdog says weak economy poses risks to sector

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    Fri, 4 Apr 2014

    HELSINKI, April 4 (Reuters) - Finnish banks have remained in reasonably good health but they could face significant risks from a weak economy, the country's financial watchdog said.

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