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Since the introduction of the euro in January 1999 Finland has been a member of the fastest-growing corporate debt market in the world. Sweden has not. This has created startling differences in the choices facing the two countries’ fixed income investors.

The euro-denominated corporate debt market has reached €1.1 trillion in size since 1999. In comparison, the corporate debt market in Sweden – roughly SEK200 billion (€20 billion) – is tiny.

Finnish investors have been quick to adapt to the ne

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