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1 day ago
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How do the companies or responsible parties recycle the pantti bottles(plastic)? : As the title says. Full Article
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2 days ago
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Student Loan : Hey guys, So I got this situation where I need to take a student loan and I’ve got the confirmation from KELA that they would back me up when I apply to the banks. As I’ve already gotten rejected by my bank Nordea because I have bad credit from a few years ago, does anyone know if I could apply from some other banks without the need of opening a bank account? It’s just I don’t want the expenses to ramp up with a dozen accounts being open n all. I’ve already opened an S-Pankki and

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about 21 hours ago
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I want to ask all finn fellas here, has Finland always been influenced by Russia since you guys became an indepedent country in 1917? Full Article
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about 9 hours ago
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Looking for a good biographic ebook on U.K. Kekkonen in English : Hey! I can't say I'm a big history buff but I'm reading this Khrushschev biography written by his son Sergey, and it includes an account of Nikita's pretty daring exploits to keep Kekkonen in power. It doesn't sound completely plausible, and I'd love to read the other side's account. Can anyone here please recommend a good bio e-book on Kekkonen in English? Full Article
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1 day ago
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Hi, does anyone know a store or something where I could get rid of my 5, 10 and 20 cent coins? : So I’m in Finland for the next week and I still have 22€ in 5, 10 and 20 cent coins. I would, of course, like to spend that money but since I have social anxiety I would never dream of actually going up to cashier and paying for my purchase with this many coins. I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could give suggestions about a store where I could pay at a machine with coins, or a place where I could at least exchange the coins for bills. (I hope this is the right sub for this) Full Article
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