HELSINKI, March 15, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Some 60 percent of Finlands papermaking capacity has been idled due to a port strike now into its second week, the Finnish Forest Industries Federation said on Monday.
What does FFIF stand for?
FFIF stands for Finnish Forest Industries Federation
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According to Arto Tahtinen, senior vice president of Labor Market Policy at the federation, "The Finnish Forest Industries Federation has declared a lockout starting on Wednesday, May 18 at 6 am and ending on Wednesday, June 1 at 6 am, unless the parties have not concluded a collective labor agreement before that.
Finnish Forest Industries Federation, Helsinki, Finland revealed production in the forest industry in Finland rose by over 6% in 2004.
The forest products industry accounts for 7% of Finland's gross domestic product, 20% of its industrial productions, and 25% of export revenue, according to 2002 figures from the Finnish Forest Industries Federation.