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The future Karelia needs not be a tax free haven. There will be enough incentives for investments as the 5-million populace of St. Petersburg, just 30 minutes from the legitimate 1920 border, is willing to accept a five-fold wage increase any day, yet, that wage level would still be considered as "low labor costs" by any company within the EU.
Finland today is boosted by the 15-nation, 300-million-people European Union, as an economic power house.
Not accidentally, the common euro currency, has gained some 35% against the US dollar, a preferred safe currency by the Russians, thus making the idea of bringing the lucrative euro zone closer to St. Petersburg, a very realistic scenario in near future.
Why not? If many, within the 5-million St. Petersburg population, could, in just 30 minutes, travel to the future cross-border industrial park, invested by many EU industrial giants, thus earning hard currency, and making at least five times more money that from their pitiful Russian employers today, Karelia would mean rapid growth for Russia, if only the occupied territory would be returned to Finland.
To integrate Russia into the EU integral market, Karelia should be returned to Finland within months rather than decades.
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