The performance of Finland’s trade policies is average. Finland imposes relatively few restrictions on imports. However, Finland could do more to facilitate services in trade by imposing less restrictions on service providers from other countries. The rest of the trade component reflects EU tariffs and quotas for products from developing countries–in this case all EU countries have essentially the same performance–above South Korea, Japan, Norway, and Switzerland, which impose high tariffs on selected imports (esp. South Korea and Japan), and below New Zealand, Australia, and the United States which all have significantly smaller (if any) tariffs on imports from developing countries.