The economic downturn in 2020 will be smaller in Finland than in the rest of the euro area, but this winter will still be difficult. Private consumption will cause an upturn in growth in 2021, but long-term growth prospects are sluggish.
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Forecast tables for 2020-2023 (December 2020)
Accessible summary: The economy will recover from the pandemic, but even after recovery, growth will be slow
Recession followed by slow recovery
Finland's economy will gradually recover from the sudden shutdown
Forecast tables for 2020–2022 (June 2020)
The Finnish economy will contract by around 7% this year and grow around 3% per annum over the next 2 years. The forecast contains a large degree of uncertainty – the contraction could be only 5% or as much as 11%, depending on how the pandemic develops. See forecast tables for the Finnish economy in 2020–2022 (June 2020).