Vaasa


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Vaasa

(Finnish ˈvɑːsɑ)
n
(Placename) a port in W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia: the provisional capital of Finland (1918); textile industries. Pop: 56 953 (2003 est). Former name: Nikolainkaupunki
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With Scandic Vaasa, the company is further strengthening its network in the Finnish market.
The Seinajoki and Vaasa Central Hospitals serve populations of 198469 and 166250, respectively [11].
The EC stated that public support for the investments in air cargo infrastructure at Vaasa airport will enhance the area's transport links.
Vaasa Telephone Company had already tested Television broadcast services based on IP multicast and Voice over IP solutions for a period of time, according to Ericsson.
Lipponen knows Vaasa will be underdogs against St Johnstone tonight and that suits him fine.
Vaasa earned a 1-1 draw at home and Lipponen pointed out: "Football in Finland went through a revolution after I played at Ibrox and lost 4-0 to a team with players like Graeme Souness, Davie Cooper and Terry Butcher.
Vaasa hail from Finland, whose league has been showcased on British shores by Haka and Jokerit already this season.
According to Vaasa airport, there have been some questions from airlines regarding the route, which was still flown by Reguljair until a month ago.
Thomas came up against Vaasa last season while on loan to Finnish side FC Tampere but they were so unremarkable he admits he can't remember anything about the minnows.
Enics will also invest in up to date technology and strengthen customer services by establishing strong customer focused centres to Lohja, Vaasa and Varkaus.