Finnish Trade Union Congress warns that EU will be punished over EU-US trade agreement

By Michael GendelmanJanuary 23, 2020 10:50:12Answering questions about the Finnish Trade Unions’ decision to boycott the Trump administration’s NAFTA deal, the Finnish union federation (FAS) has warned that the EU will take the next step and punish the country.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the FAS, which represents 1.2 million workers in Finland, said that the decision to reject the deal was a clear statement of solidarity with the workers of other countries that have opted out of the agreement.

The Finnish government is the main partner of the deal, which was negotiated by the European Union and the US. “

The EU has shown it will take any action it deems necessary to punish the Finland government for rejecting the agreement.”

The Finnish government is the main partner of the deal, which was negotiated by the European Union and the US.

Under the deal the two sides agreed to phase out tariffs and barriers on the European market, in exchange for access to a single market.

The agreement also contains a commitment to free trade on a global basis.

However, many in Finland believe the agreement has become too much of a burden on the country’s economy.

Last year, the government proposed a hike in tariffs on some products and raised taxes on other items, such as electricity.

The move angered many voters who felt the move was unfair to the country, especially since they were expecting a reduction in tariffs in return for increased access to the European markets.