HELSINKI, June 26 (Reuters) - Finland's new government will continue fiscal stimulus by cutting taxes on alcohol, tobacco and cars to better match European Union levels, Finland's Finance Minister Antti Kalliomaki said. "The message is clear, (Finland's) tax policy will be stimulating...and it will strengthen purchasing power," Kalliomaki said in an interview published by the Uutispaiva Demari newspaper on Thursday. Kalliomaki did not say how much the country's currently high alcohol ...
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