Market analysis The steel company SSAB became a political pawn, as Finland’s climate goals depend on the Raahe plant’s investments.

Solidium sold a big slice of SSAB shares last spring, but the government does not want to let go of the steel giant. It sees the company as a climate tool.

Government the office announced on Tuesday that the state-owned investment company Solidium owns SSAB shares transfer directly to state ownership.

The arrangement may sound like a technical adjustment, but it is driven by the big wheel of industrial policy.



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