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The Finnish language

Finnish is the official language of the people that gave birth to the Republic of Finland and is spoken by over 5 million people throughout the world, above all in Finland itself, of course, where it is shared by approximately 90% of the population, but also in the neighbouring countries of Sweden, Norway, Estonia and Russia, and in emigrant communities in United States, Canada and Australia.

It belongs to the family of the Uralic languages (something unusual in the context of the European Union, where most official languages belong to the Indo-European family), and has a strong resemblance to Estonian, although it also has unique characteristics, such as the marked geographical and socio-cultural variations. In fact, the differences between the numerous dialects included under the same name are so extreme that some linguists claim they should be considered different languages. In linguistic terms, we should point out that Swedish is the second official language of Finland and that much of the population is bilingual.

In economic and political terms, Finland can be considered an exemplary nation, having one of the lowest corruption rates in the world and one of the highest incomes per capita, having managed to overcome the consequences of the dissolution of the Soviet Union and address a process of integration in Europe culminating in its accession to the Union in 1995. As a curiosity, besides having abundant forestry resources (forestry is one of the major cornerstones of Finnish industry), it is one of the few European countries in which exports in the field of telecommunications exceed imports, and it has the largest number of mobile phones per capita in the world.