The newspapers also joined the heroic dance on Thursday morning; the prime minister
Specifically, they are the owners of Supercell, which announced the total of 181 million euro tax revenues this year, five of the 10 highest paid. Chief Executive Officer of Supercell, Ilkka Paananen, left the road to 2016 to show his happiness when breaking the Finnish tax system's wealth, telling Helsingin Sanomat that "we have to repatriate.
This, said Onni Tertsunen, a graduate student of the city of Helsinki, is the richest of Finns. "It is really a humiliation," he said. "That's Finland, it's a humor, if you show it, nobody likes it."
There is, of course, another manifold used for data taxation. Tuomas Rimpilainen, a jury journalist, said he sometimes raises his salary from professional competitors before asking him to lift his head. (She worked.)
"I lifted my relatives," said the friend, Mark Uhari.
"The president," said Mr. Rimpilainen.
"No one likes to say that they do so," said another journalist, Lassi Lapintie. "But everybody did it."
All media attention in the media, strictly speaking, the release of tax information is not real news.
"No one really can hide his income," said Saarinen.
"No I do not think that it is possible to feel a sense of everyone to live in Finland, and clearly, looga to avoid paying taxes," he said. "People play with the rules, and they expect it to be the case, it's normal."