From the New York Times:
A number of American commentators have looked at Finland’s current economic troubles as a clear sign that what ails the eurozone is far deeper than profligate spending by the Greeks. Paul Krugman has made that case at The New York Times, Tim Worstall at Forbes and Matt O’Brien at The Washington Post.
Bit alarming to be called a septic rather than sceptic. Alexander Stubb does not agree of course. But then the things that make newspaper articles, eh? Member of the EU Great and Good does not agree with eurosceptics.