I love both countries and I think they both have a ton of potential. I’m not really sure how to rank them, but I think it’s going to be harder for kazakhstan to get a higher ranking than for finland to get a lower ranking. If you read my kazakhstan page, you’ll get an idea how I feel about them.
The difference between both countries is simple though: Finland sucks. And I mean that as a statement, not a joke.
Finland has many of the same problems that other countries have when it comes to corruption and the way government works. Corruption is a huge problem in both countries. The government doesn’t always do their job properly either. To put it more simply, the government is actually good to bad on average. In Finland, the government is good to bad mostly because the government makes it look good.
The way I see it, corruption is not a problem in the government, but corruption is a problem in the government.
Finland has very good government though. They spend a lot of money on their government since it is a very successful financial institution. They have a very strong economy and have managed to grow their country for over a hundred years. They have a government that works to the best of their abilities.
Kazakhstan is quite different. They are quite poor, but have their own way of making their country look good. First of all, they have very bad government. The government does not work at all.
Kazakhstan is a country that has been the worst in the history of the world. It takes a lot of money to do anything for the country. People spend their money in other countries to make their country better. That is the point of the movie.
In general, Finns spend so much money to make their country better that it can’t really be called “made.” It’s more like “taken care of.” One of the main reasons that Finns spend so much money is so that they can send money to their country to buy more things for themselves. Finns spend so much money so that they can buy more goods for themselves that they don’t really need.
Kazakhstan is considered a country of the “western” part of the former USSR, and Finland is considered a country of the “western” part of the former USSR, so they are very similar. Both countries are part of the European Union, so there is no real difference in terms of how they are run.
Like many countries, Finland has a strict rule about how much they pay for certain goods. You can get more for your money if you spend more. If you buy something you cant get it for free, they will charge you extra. So if you can buy a new car more cheaply than you are able to get it for free, you can get it for free. If you buy a new house cheaper than you are able to get it for free, you can get it for free.