English translations in alphabetical order: D

66/1993 English
Decree on the Finnish Competition Authority
351/1989 English
Decree on the Finnish Guarantee Board
93/1996 English
Decree on the Forestry Centres and Forestry Development Centre Tapio
311/1922 English
Decree on the Implementation of the Language Act
682/1990 English
Decree on the Industrial Handling and Storage of Dangerous Chemicals
30/2008 English
Decree on the Joint Application System for General and Vocational Upper Secondary Education
639/1996 English
Decree on the Library for the Visually Impaired
258/1996 English
Decree on the Limitations Concerning Salmon Fishing in the Territorial Waters of Finland and in the Fishing Zone in the Baltic Main Basin, in the Gulf of Bothnia and in the Simojoki River
1256/1997 English
Decree on the Manning of Ships, Certification of Seafarers and Watchkeeping
494/1998 English
Decree on the National Advisory Board on Health Care Ethics
277/1990 English
Decree on the National Consumer Administration
209/1997 English
Decree on the Office of the Prosecutor-General
828/1985 English
Decree on the Oil Pollution Compensation Fund
1030/1999 English
Decree on the Openness of Government Activities and on Good Practice in Information Management
1794/1995 English
Decree on the Permanent Application of the Act on the Exclusive Right in the Layout-Design of an Integrated Circuit to Layout-Designs Originating from Certain States
252/1978 English
Decree on the Prevention of Collisions in Inland Waterways
185/1981 English
Decree on the Prevention of Marine Pollution
746/1983 English
Decree on the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (Abridged version)
728/1973 English
Decree on the Privileges and Immunities of International Conferences and Special Missions
480/1985 English
Decree on the Protection of State-owned Buildings

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