Finnish study sees no political, technological obstacle for building Northeast Passage cable

The report said key countries, including Russia, China, Japan and Norway, would be interested in being involved in the project. During the study, the investigators came up with challenges concerning issues like information security and project financing, said the report, adding that the company responsible for the telecommunications should be neutral and able to ensure the protection of privacy. As a link between the Northeast Passage and the Baltic Sea, Finland would have an excellent opportunity to become an international data traffic hub. (Helsinki Times)



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