Finnish is the official language of Finland and is spoken by approximately five million people worldwide. It holds significant importance in global business interactions. This blog dives into the various aspects of Finnish to English translation, shedding light on trade relations between Finland and the UK, the origins of the Finnish language, difficulties in translation from Finnish to English and the need for localisation.
The United Kingdom and Finland share a well-established history of trade. The Finnish-British Trade Association (FBTA), headquartered in the capital city Helsinki, is Finland’s oldest bilateral trade association. In 2022, the UK imported goods worth GBP 3,531 million from Finland and exported about 1522 million to the Northern European country. The relationship between the two countries extends beyond geographical borders and it continues to provide a strong foundation for trade and collaboration.