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Strict cuts and gloomy economic forecasts star Finnish economy is already on life support, writes Politico magazine.

But as the economic crisis deepens, tens of thousands of people depend on charity and bread queues to feed their families, Politico tylyttää.

The magazine has interviewed Heikki Hurstia, which tells us that ten years ago, it became a daily queue of 300 people.

Politico notes that there are more than 300 food distribution place, and the church is one of the largest charities, which distributes monthly 150 000 kilograms of food assistance.

But government leaders have made very bad decisions.

But when the economy suffers a tube four years, is Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Stubbkin invited Finnish sick man of Europe.

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