- Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen will step down in June after three years in the job, saying he's interested in an international position such as on the European Commission.
- Katainen leaves amid a stagnant economy and after the government agreed to €6.6B of measures to slash the deficit.
- His center-right National Coalition party will choose a new leader at its congress in June. Possible contenders include Economy Minister Jan Vapaavuori.
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