The Finnish government will investigate multinational consulting and engineering firm Pöyry over its involvement in Laos’s Xayaburi dam project, a letter obtained by the Post yesterday reveals. According to the letter from Finland’s Ministry of Employment and the Economy, dated October 16, a complaint filed by 15 NGOs in June “requires further consideration and . . . will be examined”. … “According to the [complaint] . . . Pöyry should have contacted the Mekong Commission prior to carrying out the actual work to establish the commitments made by Lao PDR under the Mekong Agreement of 1995,” the letter states.